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Why wasn't Marcus Dahn in prison?

DB Cooper

Posted 5:32 pm, 04/02/2024

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) -

A man was found not guilty of kidnapping after stealing a car that had a child inside in 2019.


Michael Crittenden, now 31, was tried on March 25 for first-degree kidnapping and felony larceny after stealing a van that was parked outside of the emergency department entrance at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center on June 15, 2019.

A 1-year-old child was inside of the van at the time, which was left running and unattended.

[PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Man arrested in Conway, S.C. accused of stealing car with child inside in Charlotte]

The baby was found half an hour later, still in his car seat, on the sidewalk of an apartment complex.

Crittenden was arrested later that day in Conway, S.C. on unrelated charges.

He was found guilty of felony larceny, but not guilty of kidnapping.

Crittendon was sentenced to 8-19 months in prison.

udfred

Posted 9:44 am, 04/02/2024

The left says crime is going down and people aren't leaving democrat cities.

DB Cooper

Posted 9:15 am, 04/02/2024

I saw on the news that the sucker punch guy, who has been punching women in the face, has been released from NYC police custody with no bail.

Dulce Pichardo said she suffered a broken jaw and lost teeth that led to permanent nerve damage when a man sucker-punched her in Brooklyn last week.

Foxnose

Posted 6:28 am, 04/02/2024

Democrat Policies

Rogue Judges
Bail Reform

antithesis

Posted 1:46 am, 04/02/2024

Looks like yet another failure of the court system.

Misdemeanor Larceny in 2013... probation and suspended sentence

Felony B&E and credit card theft, along with misdemeanor larceny in 2015... probation and suspended sentence.

Felony breaking into vehicles, financial card fraud, credit card theft, possession of stolen goods in 2016.. probation and suspended sentence

Then he violated his parole in 2017, and it looks like he FINALLY went to jail! For 1 year, but then had another 7 months tacked on for some reason

Felony possession of a gun and common law robbery in 2018... probation and suspended sentence


I guess now that he's murdered someone... I don't know, maybe probation and suspended sentence?

DB Cooper

Posted 9:24 pm, 04/01/2024

Police have charged a 28-year-old with murder in connection to the deadly shooting of a 17-year-old Jack in the Box employee in west Charlotte. Marcus Dahn, 28, was arrested on Saturday, March 30th for an unrelated arrest warrant. Following an interview with detectives, he was charged with the following:

1st degree murder
Robbery with a dangerous weapon
Felony conspiracy
Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, 2 counts
Possession of a stolen firearm

Dahn was transferred into the custody of the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office.

The shooting happened on Friday afternoon.

Police said the teen - 17-year-old Fate Brannon - died in the Jack in the Box on the corner of North Hoskins Road and Brookshire Boulevard just before 2:30 p.m.


Previous convictions:

Breaking and entering

Credit card theft and fraud

Common Law robbery

Possessing stolen goods.


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