Serving your time doesn’t mean you should stop watching your back. A New York man was shot 15 minutes after he had completed 15 year jail sentence.
The man was allegedly shot by one of the people he snitched on. The details of this caper are loaded with struggle.
Reports the New York Post:
The 33-year-old man was released from Otisville State Prison at 9:45 a.m. with a train ticket for a trip to a halfway house in Manhattan.
But when he got outside, someone in a white Hyundai offered him a ride — an offer he quickly accepted.
After about two miles, the car pulled over and a second person hopped out of the trunk, pulled out a gun and fired two shots at the newly freed man, police sources said.
The victim stumbled to the Metro-North station in Otisville, where workers called for help, sources said.
He was taken to Westchester Medical Center and is in stable condition.
The victim served his time for criminal sale of a controlled substance, weapons and assault charges. It seems like he was still up to his old tricks, as he was able to identify his shooter and the two suspects were arrested Thursday night in Manhatten.
Yep, son got his snitch on again, and he clearly must be an action hero.