A Moscow, Iowa, man was given a deferred judgment and placed on two years of probation this week for his role in a robbery in Davenport earlier this year.

Robert A. Cornell, 24, must abstain from alcohol and drugs, obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 90 days and follow through with any recommended treatment, maintain employment and pay $650 in restitution, Judge Stuart Werling ordered during a sentencing hearing Wednesday in Scott County District Court.

He also must pay a civil penalty of $1,000 and pay fees for his court-appointed attorney, according to court records.

If Cornell successfully completes the terms of his probation, the conviction will not be entered on his record.

He pleaded guilty in late May to conspiracy and third-degree robbery.

Police say Cornell and co-defendants Zachary D. Adcock and Kayla A. Herbert conspired to pick up a woman in Davenport and take her to another location, where they assaulted her on March 5.

They then took her against her will to another location. She began to yell for help and tried to kick out the window in Adcock's vehicle in an attempt to escape, according to police.

Adcock was armed with a loaded .380-caliber pistol and pointed it at the woman. Herbert and Cornell grabbed her and prevented her from escaping. Cornell then stole $2,745 that was in the woman's bra, according to police.

The money was later found in Herbert's purse and scattered throughout Adcock's vehicle. The firearm also was recovered, according to police.

The three were arrested and charged with first-degree robbery, second-degree kidnapping and conspiracy.

Herbert, 20, of Muscatine, was given a deferred sentence and placed on three years of probation last month after pleading guilty to conspiracy and third-degree robbery.

Adcock, 21, also of Muscatine, has a final pretrial conference Sept. 13. He is charged with first-degree robbery, second-degree kidnapping and conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony. He remains free on bond.