Thursday, September 3, 2015

Weathersfield man pleads guilty to bank robberies

A Weathersfield man has pleaded guilty to three felonies related to three separate robberies earlier this year, including at a credit union and a bank in Springfield.
http://www.vnews.com/news/18438575-95/weathersfield-man-pleads-guilty-to-bank-robberies

2 comments :

  1. he can serve his Rhode Island and Vermont prison sentences concurrently; did he commit the crimes concurrently? no wonder this country is turning to crap; the legal systems are crap!

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  2. Here we go again! Another great triumph of justice in Vermont! This creep will get four charges dropped when he is sentenced. This type of "justice" sends the wrong message to the bad guys: do what you want to do, because the Vermont justice system has forgotten that there is a concept called "personal accountability".

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