Sunday, July 29, 2012

New York Version Of The Circle Of Life

Arrest, sentence, parole and then go back stealing is one thugs version of the circle of life in New York.
From the New York Daily News:
This guy certainly could be called Harlem’s Man of Steal.
Career thief Darryl Smalls is a serial New York City Housing Authority burglar who’s spent a lifetime taking mops, broomsticks and plastic garbage-can liners, among other common household supplies and appliances, mostly from public housing properties uptown.
He has more than 35 arrests dating back to the 1980s.
He was collared most recently for breaking into a basement at the Drew-Hamilton Houses tower on April 10, and brazenly carting away a stolen stove on a dolly.
Smalls, 46, initially pleaded guilty to the burglary in May, in exchange for 3 1/2 years in prison, but the deal was nixed and he withdrew his plea because prosecutors learned one of his past convictions is classified as violent.
His case has been adjourned until Aug. 14 and he could do a minimum of five years in prison, prosecutors say. Until then, he remains at Manhattan Detention Complex.
Never straying far from Harlem, Smalls has been a known NYCHA nuisance on housing cops' radar for years.
His cousin, Chicarl Smalls, 36, said Darryl has been compulsively stealing since his childhood.
Why in the hell was this guy still on the streets?  When does it sink in that this thug is terrorizing the neighborhood and that it will never stop?
Obviously, this guy enjoys prison, so why not accommodate him and sentence him to the maximum and then not parole him.
But the morons will keep arresting him, keep paroling him and he will just laugh and keep on stealing- the New York version of the circle of life.

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