Monday
September 30, 2019

Habitual offender receives state prison term

HONESDALE -- A man with 21 previous convictions will be spending the next 18 months to six years in a State Correctional Institution after pleading guilty in Wayne County Court to two counts of retail theft and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Wayne County District Attorney Patrick Robinson called Ramon Rosa-Pena (aka Carlos Perez) "incorrigible," with his extensive record of drug and small-time thefts mostly in Wayne County and Philadelphia.

"He has been a constant drain on the time and resources of Wayne County law enforcement,” Robinson said.  “Enough is enough! The State Penitentiary is the appropriate residence for Mr. Rosa-Pena."

 



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