GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — One of the men who tried to rob a Grand Rapids-area jeweler early last year is headed to a federal prison.

According to federal court records filed Wednesday, Taquan McCray was sentenced to three years behind bars and three years of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay $51,649.20 in restitution.

Authorities say a group of seven people, including McCray, came from the Lansing area to Plainfield Township on Jan. 23, 2015 and tried to rob the Paul Medawar Fine Jewelry. They smashed display cases with the goal of stealing Rolex watches, but ran off without stealing anything after an employee shot at them.

The FBI arrested McCray, 20, in Detroit on Oct. 19, 2015. Records show he was originally indicted on federal charges of conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery and interference with commerce by robbery. He later pleaded guilty to the second count and the conspiracy charged was dismissed.

In federal court records filed in November, authorities said they had some evidence that McCray had been shot in the thigh or buttocks by the Medawar employee. It wanted McCray to submit to an inspection in an effort to find evidence of that wound, but a federal judge denied that request.

Three of the would-be robbers have already pleaded guilty and been sentenced to prison for their parts in the crime.