Tuesday, January 31, 2017

VT man gets 15-year prison sentence for area robberies

After pleading guilty to eight robberies across Vermont and New Hampshire, a Weathersfield man was sentenced Tuesday to serve a state prison term of 15 years followed by five years of supervised release and $25,514 in restitution according to an announcement from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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4 comments :

  1. 15 years age IS NOT enough for aiming with a GUN at the bank teller(s)!

    Maybe suggest bullet-proof glass at the banks/credit unions!

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    1. Maybe suggest this pos is locked up forever.

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    2. Sounds like a deal. Average cost to house you is $75,000 per year.
      Or $1 million 125 K for a 15 year stay. Such a deal. "Nice neck" said the man with the handle next to the trap door.

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    3. Yep life sentence, his life should be short. Just take this pill

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