Futbol fans flood Whittier Boulevard; Atwater Village “Cowboy Gun Bandit” faces 107-year prison sentence

Futbol: Sheriff deputies closed down a section of Whittier Boulevard in East L.A. after as many as 1,000 soccer fans poured into the street to celebrate Mexico’s victory over Germany in the World Cup. L.A. Times

Cowboy Gun Bandit: A federal judge delayed the sentencing of a man who faces 107 years behind bars for his involvement in the robbing of gas stations in Atwater Village and several other communities as well as a bank in 2013.  Dominic Dorsey and  co-defendant Reginald Bailey had been dubbed the Cowboy Boy Gun Bandits by authorities because they flashed a long-barreled Colt six-shooter during some of the crimes.  U.S. District Judge Christina A. Snyder said she has never been requested to impose such a “draconian” sentence. Los Feliz Ledger

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