Monday, July 30, 2018

Mug Shot Monday (continued)

Shotgun robber, 17, gets two years in juvie; driver, 19, gets three years in prison

PORT ORCHARD -- A Bremerton man, 19 at the time he was charged as an accomplice to armed robbery, was sentenced to three years in prison for being the driver for an April holdup of a Silverdale gas station.
The gunmen, alleged to have had a shotgun pointed at the clerk’s head with his finger on the trigger when he robbed the 76 gas station on Anderson Hill Road, received two years in juvenile detention. At the time of the robbery the juvenile was about one month shy of his 18th birthday.
The robbery yielded about $60, according to court documents.
Anthony Richard Packard, the driver, pleaded guilty to a count of accomplice to first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery. When Kitsap County Sheriff's deputies were called April 13 to the robbery, they pulled over a suspicious vehicle with tape obscuring the license plate. Inside they observed a mask and a firearm.
Packard cooperated with deputies, admitting to being the driver. He said the gunman had fled the car when deputies pulled him over. Deputies found the gunman nearby. He refused to make a statement, according to court documents.
The juvenile, who pleaded guilty to a count of first-degree robbery, had been charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault about a month before the armed robbery, according to court documents. He was sentenced to three days in juvenile detention for the assaults.