first published on December 14, 2018 by Will
Jody is at it again, but this time there’s been some sort of justice carried out.
Montana man, Erik Robert Hunt, 39, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for moving into a deployed troop’s house and selling the service member’s belongings for meth, among other legal infractions.
The dirt bag was initially only facing burglary charges as part of a plea deal, but while awaiting trial, Hunt went on a meth-fueled crime spree stealing a truck and ripping off a number of local businesses. The plea deal was then dropped and multiple charges were added.
The judge granted no leniency, considering the victim was serving in Iraq at the time of the dead beat’s crimes. He gave Hunt two consecutive 10-year sentences with five years suspended, totaling 15 years of prison time.