State v. Price

In State v. Price, 218 Ariz. 311, 183 P.3d 1279 (App. 2008), defendant was convicted of armed robbery, aggravated robbery, and aggravated assault. Id. at 312,1, 183 P.3d at 1280. There, consecutive sentences were not permitted because, after subtracting evidence from the more serious offenses of armed robbery and aggravated robbery, no deadly weapon or act remained that would have placed the victim in "reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury." Id. at 315-16,16, 20, 183 P.3d at 1283-84.