One of the suspects accused of robbing Safaree at gunpoint has struck a plea deal, TMZ reports.  

Carl Harry was looking at 20 years behind bars for his connection in the robbery that took place in April of 2018. Harry exchanged the potential sentence for 364 days in a New Jersey jail and five years of probation by pleading guilty to 1 count of conspiracy to commit theft.

Safaree first revealed that he was robbed the day the incident took place during an interview with Angie Martinez. "I just got robbed at gunpoint," Safaree said at the time. "A couple of hours ago, I just got robbed. Two dudes with guns just ran up on me, me face down on the floor with a gun to my head. They just took everything."

Initially, Harry and two other men, Shawn Harewood and Tacuma Ashman, were hit with a seven-count indictment that included charges of armed robbery in the first degree and unlawful possession of a gun in the second degree. It is alleged that the men held Safaree at gunpoint in a parking garage. They took more than $180,000 in cash and jewelry. Footage of the situation was caught on the garage's security cameras and obtained by TMZ

It was also reported that Harewood was a close friend of Safaree's before the crime took place. With his deal, Harry's other six charges have been dismissed. As of now, Harewood and Ashman have yet to follow their co-defendant's lead and orchestrate a deal. Their trial is set to take place in December, while Harry will officially be sentenced in January.