A Redding man has been sentenced for robbing a cell phone store in Corning. In March 31-year-old Randall Cravens and 35-year-old Moriah Mullins went into the AT&T Store on Highway 99W in Corning and, while the employee was distracted, Cravens used a knife to cut the security cables from several Apple products and ran out of the store. Corning Police identified the thieves from surveillance video and both were arrested a week later in possession of drugs, as well as the knife used in the robbery. None of the stolen goods were found. The pair told officers that they had sold or traded the Apple products for Fentanyl. Cravens has been sentenced to 3 years in state prison. Mullins has a long history of arrests in multiple counties, including a prior strike for a 2013 home invasion in Redding. She was recently convicted of Fentanyl dealing in Shasta County and sentenced in September to more than 9 years in state prison.