Arcadia men sentenced in unrelated cases

ARCADIA — Two Arcadia men received lengthy prison terms Thursday when they were sentenced for unrelated crimes, police said.
Robert Snyder, 28, was sentenced to life in prison for attempted murder and other felony charges for shooting an innocent bystander in February of 2006, Arcadia police said in written statement.
Snyder got into an argument while in his car near Santa Anita and Live Oak avenues, officials said, and while his young daughter was in the car, he fired two shots at the person he was arguing with.
“Snyder missed his intended target but instead struck an innocent bystander,” according to the statement.
In an unrelated case, 53-year-old Guillermo Villasenor was sentenced Thursday to 23 years to life in prison after being convicted of multiple child molestation counts involving a minor under 10 years old, police said.
Both cases were investigated by the Arcadia Police Department, officials added, and both convicts were sentenced in the same San Fernando Superior Court courtroom.

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Linkedin Email
  • http://extenzereviews.org/ extenze review

    Is it just me, or are there a lot of gun-related problems going around? Tell me again why we have guns?

  • http://www.extenzescam.com/ extenze reviews

    arcadia men huh. noted.

  • http://www.extenzescam.com/ extenze reviews

    arcadian men, huh? noted then.