Man to serve four years in prison and pay $12 million for arson

Man to serve four years in prison and pay $12 million for arson

A 23-year-old white man will be in jail for the next four years and pays a $12 million fine for his part in burning down a Minneapolis police station

Man to serve four years in prison and pay $12 million for arson

On the night of May 28, 2020, Dylan Shakespeare Robinson, 23, helped ignite a Molotov cocktail for another person to throw at the MPD’s Third Precinct barracks, according to the Daily Mail and federal filings in the case.

Prosecutors said he was part of a four-man conspiracy to commit the arson arc at the building, and helped demolish the fence fence at the site.

Nearby branches such as Wendy’s, Target, Walmart and Autozone also suffered looting and fire damage due to the ascent.

Surveillance cameras ooze Robinson on the night of the fire attack, according to MPD information.

“On the night of May 28, 2020, Mr. Robinson chose to turn away from lawful protest and instead engaged in violence and destruction,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Anders Folk

La División de St. Paul de la ATF también se pronunció sobre el asunto.

“La ATF está comprometida con la investigación de los incendios provocados por los disturbios civiles de 2020 que se produjeron en las Ciudades Gemelas”, dijo el agente especial adjunto a cargo Jeff Reed.

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