What in the blazing hell is wrong with people? 21-year old DeAndre Bryant, who is barely “legal” and his accomplice took it upon themselves to beat and rob a 70-year old man and his wife. The suspect and his accomplice used a taser on the elderly couple, held the two at gunpoint and commence to rob them of a large amount of cash, guns and other valuables. To add insult to injury Bryant figured it would be cool to take a photos of himself with the cash and some of the other stolen items and posted them on the social media site Facebook.
This piece of pond scum only got 35 years in prison…not enough time for what he put those people through. Social media is a blessing and a curse because nutcases like this one uses it to glorify their dirt after they’ve put someone through hell.
Why waste the people’s hard-earned dollars housing, feeding someone who obviously does NOT care about the life of others?
Lock ’em up and throw away the dang blasted key!!!!
Read more as reported by ABC:
A 21-year-old man was sentenced to 35 years in prison after he and another suspect brutally beat a 70-year-old man.
DeAndre Bryant, 21, was charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon after he beat and used a Taser on the victim and his wife while they were inside of their home. According to the Harris County District Attorney Office, the two suspects burglarized the victim’s home and stole a total of $56,000 worth of cash, valuables and guns.
The victim was first attacked after being approached by the two men while he was inside of his garage. He suffered a broken nose and multiple lacerations to his face. The suspects then dragged him back into his home, where he and his wife were held at gunpoint and robbed.
After the two suspects left the home, a civilian witnessed the two suspects throwing latex gloves out of the window while leaving a parking lot near the victim’s home. The civilian took a photo of the license plate, which lead police to Bryant’s girlfriend, who gave them Bryant’s information.
While investigating the suspect, police found photos on Bryant’s Facebook of stolen cash and other valuables belonging to the victim.