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Teen gets 11 years prison for 2016 crime spree

An 18-year-old Daly City man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 11 years in prison for a crime spree last year that included attacking a 93-year-old man and duct-taping his mouth shut while ransacking his home, San Mateo County prosecutors said.

Christopher Vera, who was 17 during the crimes but was charged as an adult with 13 felony counts, pleaded no contest on May 9 to all charges and was sentenced Wednesday to 11 years and eight months in prison, with 516 days credit for time already served, prosecutors said.

Among Vera’s crimes were pushing his girlfriend to the ground and kicking her in the head several times on May 27, 2016, then three days later committing a home burglary, according to the district attorney’s office.

On June 4, 2016, he broke into the home of an 85-year-old woman via an open window but fled when she confronted him.

A day later, he crawled

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An 18-year-old Daly City man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 11 years in prison for a crime spree last year that included attacking a 93-year-old man and duct-taping his mouth shut while ransacking his home, San Mateo County prosecutors said.

Christopher Vera, who was 17 during the crimes but was charged as an adult with 13 felony counts, pleaded no contest on May 9 to all charges and was sentenced Wednesday to 11 years and eight months in prison, with 516 days credit for time already served, prosecutors said.

Among Vera’s crimes were pushing his girlfriend to the ground and kicking her in the head several times on May 27, 2016, then three days later committing a home burglary, according to the district attorney’s office.

On June 4, 2016, he broke into the home of an 85-year-old woman via an open window but fled when she confronted him.

A day later, he crawled

Read more at: http://www.smdailyjournal.com/news/local/teen-gets-years-prison-for-crime-spree/article_87415766-8ec0-11e7-af7a-9b460c448e3d.html

White supremacist gang member gets 32 years in prison after drug-fueled crime spree

Kirk Boyd
Kirk Boyd

A 38-year-old member of the white supremacist prison gang 211 Crew has been sentenced to 32 years in prison after he was convicted of committing a series of burglaries, car thefts and shooting a man while on a drug binge.

Kirk Len Boyd was sentenced Thursday in Jefferson County District Court, said Pam Russell, spokeswoman for District Attorney Peter Weir.

Between Oct. 2 and Nov. 12, Boyd, who was constantly under the influence of methamphetamine, stole three “puffer” cars that were sitting outside homes running to warm up in Westminster and Arvada.

“The Arvada Police Department took the lead role in this massive investigation,” Weir said in a news release Tuesday. “This complicated investigation had six crime scenes and thousands of pieces of evidence.”

On Oct. 2, Boyd stole a Lincoln Navigator in Westminster and used it to burglarize an Arvada

Read more at: http://www.denverpost.com/2017/08/29/white-supremacist-gets-32-years-after-drug-fueled-crime-spree/

Burglar Raymond Bould handed prison sentence after admitting crime spree in Uttoxeter

Burglar Raymond Bould targeted a hair salon, supermarket and garden shed – and even offered one victim £100 to lie to the cops.

Now the 47-year-old is behind bars after admitting embarking on the crime sprees where he stole hairdressers’ equipment, radiators, and disco equipment.

Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard that Bould broke into Uttoxeter’s branch of Francesco’s at 11.42pm on September 26 last year where he swiped straighteners, curling tongs and various brushes worth around £1,000.

He returned to steal from the same business in the early hours of October 10 where there the court was told he pinched various items and also caused damage.

Police viewed CCTV footage with the officer recognising the defendant and arresting him.

Read more: Woman, 27, jailed for her part in money laundering scam

Caroline Harris, prosecuting, said: “He stated that he was a handler not a burglar. Footwear marks later linked him to the burglary.”

However on January

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Lincoln man goes to prison for one-man crime spree

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Suspects in two-county crime spree could face life in prison after indictment on federal charges – Casper Star

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Troy Man to Prison for Three-County Crime Spree; Newport Woman in Court

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – A man from Troy will spend the next three years in prison for a string of break-ins that spanned three counties.

29-year-old Jeremy Regimbal pleaded guilty this week in Bangor to several cases in Penobscot, Waldo and Somerset Counties.

He and 24-year-old Ricci Boutilier of Newport were arrested for the crimes.

Authorities learned about them last summer.

They say the pair stole tools and other items from homes and businesses.

Boutilier was expected to admit to the crimes in court Friday, but fired her lawyer and got a new one, instead.

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Last crime spree defendant sent to prison

ADRIAN — A judge and prosecutor each wished a defendant good luck during sentencing Thursday, but said he harmed many families, including his own, during a four-month crime spree.

Matthew Jason Cole, 18, of Tecumseh was the last of a group of defendants to be sentenced for their roles in a spree of vandalism, break-ins and thefts throughout Lenawee County that began in August and ended in early January when police started to make arrests. He was sentenced by Lenawee County Circuit Judge Anna Marie Anzalone to serve at least 23 months on each of the eight charges — three counts of larceny in a building; two counts each of breaking and entering with intent and unlawful driving away a motor vehicle and one count of malicious destruction of property $1,000-$20,000 — to which he pleaded guilty

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