Thursday, July 10, 2014

Teen gets jail for SHS computer thefts

A former Springfield High School student made a plea deal in a case charging him with stealing more than a dozen computers, iPads, cameras and other electronic devices from the school.
http://rutlandherald.com/article/20140710/NEWS02/707109945

12 comments :

  1. He will never get a job working in the IT field !!
    Probably will continue his work in the Criminal Field, but on the wrong side of the law. Unless Buba gives him a weeks course in the field of Jail Time.

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  2. 3 1/2 years sounded about right, but having it all suspended except for a week vacation in Jail, for stealing all of that from the people of Springfield? What the heck?

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    1. Hey, it was only a felony.

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  3. Amazing! He doesn't even have to pay for equipment he stole and made a profit on. How about the cost of repairing the damage he did to steal the computers?

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  4. But he is such a nice little boy. He said he did not know how the stuff got in his bedroom. The tooth fairy, or maybe the Easter bunny put it there and left a note telling him to sell it. Judge Carroll will believe that and send him to bed WITH milk and cookies.

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  5. He didn't do it alone. Is he that dumb to take the wrap?

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    1. The other kid that did it with him fleed the state with moneyfrom tthe electronics they sold so they won't catch him

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  6. Make him get down on his hands and knees and remove all the grass growing in the cracks of the sidewalks near the high school. ALL of it.

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  7. A week's jail time for $8000 of stolen equipment? Sheesh, I have to spend 3 months working IT at the office to get that much (takehome - pretty sure he ain't paying taxes on that). His jail time should be at LEAST as much as that. Or, maybe I'm just in the wrong IT business.

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    1. Your 110% right but I know this kid he has gotten away with many things and will keep getting away with them over and over again he'll never stop doing this

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  8. @2:10, I was actually told by the victims advocate people who contacted me after some vandalism and theft done to my business that "that's what you have insurance for"

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  9. He'll get away with all crimes he does with a slap on the wrist its always been like that for him so it doesn't surprise me that he only got this little for what happened

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