The subject, who was engaged in stealing species in the center of Antofagasta, was sentenced by the Oral Court of Criminal Cases to a total term of imprisonment of 7 years and 352 days after the charge brought against him by the State Ministry.
The 23-year-old Chilean was found guilty of three laptop thefts committed at the Santo Tomas School, the Commercial Lyceum and the Liceo de Ombres, as well as the theft of goods from a car parked on Lord Cochrane Street, opposite the Corazon de Maria School. All actions were completed in April 2022.
In addition, the court found him guilty of committing the crime of illegal possession of ammunition, since during the arrest and search of his house, two home-made projectiles without impact were seized; and the crime of credit card fraud.
During the trial, the public ministry was represented by prosecutor Javier Loyola Reyes, who explained that the convict had taken advantage of the students’ departure time to enter the schools, pretending to be a confidant.
“This person entered schools wearing a mask and pretended to be talking on the phone, and once inside, he walked around the floors in search of items to steal, which were usually teachers’ computers,” the stalker explained.
In investigating the facts, the Loyola prosecutor worked alongside prosecutor Rodrigo Cuso Segura, with the support of OS9 Carabinieri officials who were able to identify the accused through testimonies and analysis of surveillance cameras in schools. .
In short, the TOR of Antofagasta sentenced the accused Michael Jordan Saavedra Medina to 5 years in prison as the author of four crimes of simple theft committed on April 8, 12 and 20, 2022, and also delivered two sentences of 541 days each. each for illegal possession of ammunition and fraudulent use of a credit card.
According to the court, after the case has been carried out, the sentence of imprisonment must be served effectively, starting with the most serious, counting the time of imprisonment for this reason, that is, from July 13, 2022.
Added to these penalties is suspension from office or public office while serving the sentence and a fine of 10 UTM, which may be paid for by 240 hours of community service when he is released again.