Pittsfield man sentenced to five years for role in credit union heist
A 32-year-old city man who was set to go to trial in connection with a March credit union robbery took a plea deal at the last minute on Monday and was sentenced to up to five years in prison.
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#1 Feb 25, 2013
How much did "certain issues" Mr. Sticky Fingers, a former Greylock favorite, get away with? The transparency institution filed the neccessary insurance claim but failed to publicly, transparently, divulge the amount Mr.Sticky Fingers made off with. So I guess it's anyone's guess if it was more than $2,900 which appearently can get you five years in prison.
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