Skip to comments.Salinas man sentenced to 22 years for armed robbery of K-Mart
Posted on 06/22/2018 7:44:31 PM PDT by artichokegrower
A Salinas man is facing 22 years behind bars for robbing a K-Mart at gunpoint.
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I would definitely suggest a career change.
Salinas cops are amazing.
He should have had his children with him for the robbery. Game changer.
Now if his mom was a prominent NJ Democrat, he would have only gotten 5 years and a lifetime government job with the best pension and health benefits second to none.
When was this? 1993?
I have not seen K-mart in at least 25 years.
If he were an MS-13 guy, he’d get probation!!!
Looks pretty much on the outside, like I think of Democrats on the inside.
Oh, my goodness... he looks like what you’d get if you ran a roadkilled raccoon through the NY Times’ printing press.
He should identify as a transwoman. He’ll get an automatic 65% reduction in his sentence as a woman.
No, gender identity change. Women get 65% less sentences for doing equal or closely similar crimes.
I’m guessing this wasn’t his first brush with the law.
I would say this animal has an “attitude problem”; wouldn’t you?
“Looks pretty much on the outside, like I think of Democrats on the inside.”
Yeah, Just turn him inside out and you have Chuck Schumer!
ROFLMAO X 20!!!!
Now that there is FUNNY!!!
Sir Chode- see above Post
I think this guy committed this robbery so he could go back to jail.
You dont committee an armed robbery with that face hanging out and not know that you are going to be identified and caught in a short amount of time.
This guy is more comfortable in jail. He is outside of his element on the outside.
By the way. He netted $100 in the robbery. This got him a little over $0.01 per day if you divide it by his 22 year sentence.
He had a better chance of profit robbing the beggar at to entrance of the parking lot
I agree with all that, except he would get no jail time. He might even become the director of corrections.
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