Collapsible Hand Truck, Absolutely senseless’ killing of York County security guard earns 13-year prison term-The New York District Court convicted the assassination of “absolutely useless” and sentenced him to 13 years in prison for shooting the guards who threw him into the streets.
Coleston Ryan Lewis, 28, Newport News, received intentional killing of the maximum legal threshold and three points.
In May, the jury was charged with the 42-year-old murder of Richard “Bird” Irvin at the beginning of the 2016 rally when he was having fun at the Grill & Smokehouse tent in York County. .
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Sheriff York Poquoson’s Office announced that Irvin, who worked as security during the event, saw Lewis watching the restaurant for about two nights when the battle broke out.
In a handwheel, Irvin attempted to unload Lewis, who, according to a second incident, Jerry Haywood ran on route 17 and took him several times.
Haywood, who claimed to take the gun out of the truck during the fight, followed Lewis and shot him. One shot hit a window at Rip’s supermarket, but Lewis was not impressed.
After six days of fleeing, Lewis went to Newport News. Judge Richard Rizk followed the jury’s recommendation that Lewis condemned after five days of trial to get the judge to the highest punishment. Lewis wants to complain, his lawyer said. In his letter he read on Tuesday, Lewis apologized for having been imprisoned for two years on 24 November 2016 during his sentence and appealed his appeal.
He also said he wanted to follow Haywood.
“He tried to kill me from the assassination attempt,” Lewis said.
Commonwealth lawyer Benjamin Hahn referred to the Lewis Criminal Records and reminded of criminal acts such as mismanagement, drums, possession of marijuana by the intention of spreading justice and preventing it.
Hahn also played two 30-second Lewis recordings that talked to his mothers and friends in the Prison of the Virgin Peninsula when the jury’s trial showed a lack of admiration.
Defender Timothy Clancy has presented 22 supporting letters from her mother, her despair, brothers, friends, and other Lewis cousins. Other letters were received but were not sent to the court.
Parents Lewis and Irvin participated in the punishment, although no one testified.
When Clancy asked for a small penalty punishment, he demanded that the jurors conclude that Lewis’s actions are not “bad.”
“There was no bad heart,” he says.