Buffalo Man Gets Maximum Sentence in Shooting Case
It's always a good thing when criminals are kept off the neighborhood streets out of harms ways. I really believe their is hope for Buffalo, lately it seems like the local authorities have been stepping up to the plate more, in my opinion.
A Buffalo man was given the maximum sentence in a shooting case according to a press release from Erie County District Attorney's Office. Twenty-one-year-old German Rosado-Thomas was sentenced to 25 years in prison and five years post-release supervision. Rosado-Thomas is behind the shooting death of 54-year-old James McCloskey of Buffalo, New York.
If It means keeping our streets safe and neighborhoods clean of criminals, then we need to step up and build a community watch program.