Skip to comments.Andy Ashkar gets maximum prison sentence over stolen $5 million lottery ticket
Posted on 07/23/2013 3:46:00 PM PDT by SMGFan
Syracuse, NY -- A son of the owners of a Syracuse convenience store was sent to prison today for 8 1/3 to 25 years for possessing a $5 million New York Lottery ticket stolen seven years ago.
Onondaga County Judge Joseph Fahey imposed the maximum sentence on Andy Ashkar on a conviction of criminal possession of stolen property.
"Mr. Ashkar, let me tell you something," Fahey said. "You exhibited some of the most rapacious greed I've seen in a long, long time."
The man who claims to be the rightful owner of the ticket, Robert Miles, spoke in court before the sentencing.
(Excerpt) Read more at syracuse.com ...
When this slicked back pretty boy hits the big house, he will be bent over and passed around D block like a lit bong a a Grateful Dead concert.
I hope so.
Not feeling very sorry for either guy.
Colorful description. I going to have to steal that one.
Now if he would have been a Wall Street banker.....Treasury Secretary for sure!
>> “ but I doubt he will ever be constipated again.” <<
Lots of convicts come out of the joint wearing belly bags as a result of their special sex life.
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