Twenty-three-year-old Lyric Wynn of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, has finally received a prison sentence after six arrests over the past two years, including one arrest after breaking into the police station to find the illegal drugs that police had seized from him.
It wasn't exactly your typical kind of prison break.
It also wasn't successful.
On the plus side, Wynn made the police's job very easy by coming to them to be arrested in that case. I doubt he showed the same courtesy the other five times.
In his court hearing on Tuesday, Wynn petitioned Clinton County President Judge Craig P. Miller, to receive time served as a non-violent offender.
The local D.A., Dave Strouse, arguing on behalf of the people of Pennsylvania, had some strong words against that, saying,
The defendant has been given every benefit of the doubt. This is the same guy who tried to burglarize a police department to get his drugs back. Enough is enough. At this point, he has earned a state prison sentence.
Judge Miller agreed with the D.A. in this case, as he went on to sentence the repeat offender to a minimum sentence of 17 months and potentially up to 8 years as a result of his brazen disregard for the law.
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