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Multi-state crime spree suspect sentenced in Kansas

PRATT, Kan. (KRQE) – A Mississippi man accused of going on a multi-state crime spree, including New Mexico, has been sentenced to nearly 13 years behind bars in Kansas.

Alex Deaton pleaded guilty earlier this year to attempted murder and aggravated battery for shooting a convenience store clerk in Kansas.

Investigators say it was part of a string of crimes starting with Deaton strangling his girlfriend and shooting two people in Mississippi.

While on the run, he is accused of carjacking a couple in Albuquerque and shooting the man before ending up in Kansas.

Deaton could face more time if he is convicted in New Mexico and Mississippi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oxnard man sentenced in monthslong crime spree

An Oxnard man was sentenced to 37 years and four months in state prison for offenses he committed during a monthslong crime spree, authorities said Friday. 

The Ventura County District Attorney’s Office said Ruben Hernandez, 24, was convicted of several crimes committed between March and May 2013. At least three people were hospitalized as a result of these crimes, prosecutors said. 

Hernandez pleaded guilty to assault with a semiautomatic firearm, street terrorism and assault with a deadly weapon for his role in an April 18 incident in which he and two other alleged gang members assaulted a patron at a gas station, the District Attorney’s Office said. 

The Oxnard man also pleaded guilty to four counts of gang-related assault with a semi-automatic firearm and admitted to two additional counts of this offense,

Read more at: http://www.vcstar.com/story/news/local/communities/oxnard/2017/09/29/oxnard-man-sentenced-monthslong-crime-spree/718786001/

Cape man sentenced to prison for 2016 crime spree

A man charged with multiple felonies following a drug-fueled crime spree last year has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison.

Brian Hernandez-Vargas, 40, was sentenced to 91.5 months followed by 60 months of probation for crimes that occurred over a 16-day period in Cape Coral in 2016.

Hernandez-Vargas first burglarized a friend’s home and stole family heirlooms.

He then robbed the same grocery store in Cape Coral twice in the span of just 48 hours. Both of the robberies were committed by rushing two separate female associates at the cash register and taking money. In both attacks, the cashiers, including one who was over 65, sustained injuries trying to fend him off. The women were not seriously injured, officials said.

He then burglarized the home of another acquaintance.

Hernandez-Vargas pleaded open to the court on charges of Robbery by Sudden Snatching, Robbery with a Weapon, Battery on a Person 65 or Older,

Read more at: https://www.cape-coral-daily-breeze.com/page/content.detail/id/664751/Cape-man-sentenced-to-prison-for-2016-crime-spree.html?nav=5011

40-year-old man sentenced for 2016 Cape Coral crime spree – The News

A 40-year-old man was sentenced to almost eight years in prison and 12 years of probation for a drug-fueled crime spree that occurred during a 16-day period in Cape Coral last year. 

Brian Hernandez-Vargas, according to the state attorney’s office, burglarized a friend’s home and stole family heirlooms before robbing a grocery store twice in the span of 48 hours. 

In both robberies, Hernandez-Vargas rushed two employees at the cash register and snatched money out of the cash register. 

One employee, a 65-year-old woman, was injured during one of the attacks. 

Hernandez-Vargas then burglarized the home of another acquaintance. 

Hernandez-Vargas entered a plea to the court and was sentenced by a judge. 

The case was handled by Assistant State Attorney Joshua Fredrickson. 

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Read more at: http://www.news-press.com/story/news/crime/2017/09/29/40-year-old-man-sentenced-2016-cape-coral-crime-spree/717581001/

Cape Coral man sentenced for 2016 drug-fueled crime spree

CAPE CORAL, Fla. A 40-year-old man was sentenced to 91.5 months in prison for a 2016 drug-fueled crime spree, the state attorney’s office said.

Brian Manolo Hernandez-Vargas, of Cape Coral, burglarized a friend’s home and stole family heirlooms and robbed a grocery store twice in the span of 48 hours, the state attorney’s office said. Hernandez-Vargas rushed two separate clerks at the cash register and stole money.

The clerks in both burglaries sustained non-life threatening injuries, the state attorney’s office said. Hernandez-Vargas then burglarized the home of another friend.

All of the

Read more at: http://www.winknews.com/2017/09/29/cape-coral-man-sentenced-for-2016-drug-fueled-crime-spree/

Kingston man sentenced to prison after crime spree – The Kingston Whig

A Kingston man, whose involvement in the local drug trade propelled him into a pile of charges over the past year, has been sentenced to penitentiary.

Joseph E. Pelletier, 23, pleaded guilty in Kingston’s Ontario Court of Justice to five counts of possessing drugs for the purpose of trafficking arising from two separate incidents in September and December 2016, plus a related charge of possessing $555 deemed proceeds of crime.

Additionally, he admitted to a fraud perpetrated on the Bank of Montreal in early March this year; a break-in later the same month at the Westbrook Depot Waste Transfer Station on Westbrook Road, with intent to commit theft and related violations of bail conditions that forbid him possessing or using street drugs and required that he observe a 10 p.m to 6 a.m. curfew.

Pelletier was given enhanced credit on 169 days of pretrial custody by Justice Hugh Fraser and was sentenced to

Read more at: http://www.thewhig.com/2017/09/17/kingston-man-sentenced-to-prison-after-crime-spree

‘Feral’ teen sentenced in Virginia Shore crime spree

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Two men sentenced for 2015 crime spree in Jefferson Parish | WGNO

GRETNA, LA — Two men were sentenced to long prison sentences on Thursday, Sept. 14, after their convictions on a list of charges.

25-year-old Corey Flag, age 25, of Marrero was sentenced to life plus 167 years in prison.  The other man, 18-year-old Emmett Garrison of Gretna, was under the age of 18 at the time of the crimes.  He was sentenced to 197 years but could be eligible in 25 years due to his age at the time of the offenses.  Also, he has yet to be sentenced on the murder conviction, again, due to his age at the time of the offense.

According to the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office,  Flag and Garrison were convicted of murdering 34-year-old Bruce Lutcher, Sr., when they robbed him outside of his apartment late in the night of Nov. 23, 2015.  Lutcher was shot several times.

Read more at: http://wgno.com/2017/09/14/two-men-sentenced-for-2015-crime-spree-in-jefferson-parish/

Two men sentenced for 2015 crime spree in Jefferson Parish

GRETNA, LA — Two men were sentenced to long prison sentences on Thursday, Sept. 14, after their convictions on a list of charges.

25-year-old Corey Flag, age 25, of Marrero was sentenced to life plus 167 years in prison.  The other man, 18-year-old Emmett Garrison of Gretna, was under the age of 18 at the time of the crimes.  He was sentenced to 197 years but could be eligible in 25 years due to his age at the time of the offenses.  Also, he has yet to be sentenced on the murder conviction, again, due to his age at the time of the offense.

According to the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office,  Flag and Garrison were convicted of murdering 34-year-old Bruce Lutcher, Sr., when they robbed him outside of his apartment late in the night of Nov. 23, 2015.  Lutcher was shot several times.

Read more at: http://wgno.com/2017/09/14/two-men-sentenced-for-2015-crime-spree-in-jefferson-parish/

Canberra man sentenced to four years’ jail over drug-fuelled crime spree

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August 03, 2017 19:28:40

A Canberra man has been sentenced to four years in jail over a drug-fuelled crime spree involving a string of burglaries in Canberra in February and March this year.

Dylan Dugdale, 25, pleaded guilty to more than 50 charges in the ACT Supreme Court.

The offences ranged from burglaries of private homes, to car theft, and breaking into the Evatt Primary School.

Justice Michael Elkaim noted the fact all the crimes were over a short period.

“This might be regarded as a crime spree, in which the offender abandoned all semblance of lawful behaviour and did his best to take property belonging to other people,” he said.

One victim noted the shock and sense of violation when Dugdale

Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-03/jail-for-canberra-man-over-a-string-of-burglaries/8772322