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Man imprisoned for violent youth center escape, other crimes
Kearney, Neb.
   
 
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KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) — One of two people who attacked a staff member before escaping the state’s Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center in Kearney more than a year ago has been imprisoned.

Court records say Edward Gonzales, 18, was sentenced Friday to five to 10 years in prison for the escape assault and other crimes last year.

Gonzales have said Gonzales and Luke Cuello attacked a center employee on Feb. 24, 2019, when she was bringing Cuello medication he had requested. The two then freed two other teenagers and escaped.

Cuello eventually was convicted of felony robbery and strangulation and sentenced late last year to one to six years in prison.

Gonzales helped another teen assault a center employee on April 9. They took his keys, freed two other teens and then escaped, authorities said.

In August, the court records say, Gonzales and three other inmates assaulted another inmate at the Buffalo County Detention Center.



Comments:
Too bad they are not in Houston, they would receive free defense on the taxpayers dime.

Harris County on Tuesday approved a taxpayer-funded legal services program for immigrants, including those in the country illegally who face deportation, at the request of County Judge Lina Hidalgo.

Thanks Judge Lina for abusing the taxpayers money to protect people that are here criminally.
Posted by Sasquatch at 2/28/2020 8:36:50 AM

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