Crime Doesn’t Pay

How do you get that message across? Conway teen’s robbery attempt netted him $20, 6 gunshots and a prison sentence.

He would have made more in 1 shift working at a fast food restaurant, and it wouldn’t have cost him any prison time.

Seth Oskin, the assistant solicitor who prosecuted the case, said: ““(Collier) robbed the victim of $20 at gunpoint, demanded more money and when he did not receive it, fired the gun into the victim’s vehicle door. The victim returned gunfire and shot Collier six times.”

He was sentenced to 11 years in prison, of which he must serve 85% before he will be eligible for parole.

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