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Why did somebody open up a parcel that wasn't listed to them,
"The defendant contacted a rep (from) Florida Power and Light Co. ... by telephone and threatened to blow up FPL," a Miami Police Department report about the incident reads. The caller "threatened to blow up the building if FP&L turned off his light," the report reads. Records show that Sayoc pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year of probation. Lowy, now the attorney for Sayoc's mother and sisters, says they have told him to get treatment.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
a reply to: neo96
Just because he was charged with a felony doesn't mean that's what he got. The fact that he pled guilty could mean a plea deal for a lesser charge was made.
He received a one year probation on the bomb threat charge, which was a felony.
The court record shows that it was entered as "with hold adjudication with special conditions." That typically means that he got probation and if he completed his probation without further incident, and whatever other conditions were included, that was the end of it. That would mean he wouldn't have a felony conviction on his record.
The only two other charges that show up in the Miam-Dade system for him are both misdemeanors. In Broward County, he has a much longer record, but the felony cases against him that I looked at all had "adjudication with held" on them as the disposition. I didn't go through every single case he had in Broward, but the ones I did were either WH ADJ or Nolle Pros'd in the disposition.
originally posted by: Identified
a reply to: neo96
I am pleasantly surprised that his DNA would be in a database when for years there has been a fight to get DNA into the database in a timely fashion or even under a decade after collection. Hopefully this is a sign that the rapid DNA input is working.
Now we have to worry about LEO collecting before conviction and what they do wtih that but that's for another thread topic.