John Morgan Brown, III, was convicted of armed robbery and motor vehicle theft. The jury fixed a punishment of ten years for the armed robbery, and five years for the motor vehicle theft. The jury did not specify that the sentences were to be served consecutively. The trial court imposed the sentences fixed by the jury, and specified that they were to be served consecutively.
The appeal is from the convictions and sentences, and the denial of the appellant's motion for new trial.
The only error enumerated is the imposition of the consecutive sentences by the trial judge.
The case is remanded with direction that the sentences be amended to show that they are to run concurrently rather than consecutively.
Herbert Shafer, for appellant.