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Career Criminal Sentenced to Life for Residential Burglary Crime Spree

DATE:   September 14, 2015

CASE:   Randell Bryant

PROSECUTOR:  Deputy District Attorney Samuel Alexander, Career Criminal Prosecution Unit

The Honorable Marjorie Koller sentenced 28-year-old Randell Bryant to 10 years plus 75 years to life in prison.  On July 2, 2015, a jury convicted Bryant of three counts of residential burglary.  Bryant has three prior strike convictions, all residential burglaries from 2005, 2007, and 2008.

On September 3, 2013, two homes in Land Park were burglarized.  A passerby heard the house alarms, and gave police descriptions of four males walking away from the scene carrying property.  Soon after, another burglary occurred in Greenhaven.  Witnesses there also described four males fleeing the scene.  The residences were ransacked with cash, jewelry, electronics, and other items stolen.  The total loss was more than $30,000.

An iPad from one of the burglaries was traced to an address in north Sacramento, where more items taken in the burglaries were found.  After further investigation revealed Bryant was living at that residence, he was arrested.  Bryant was picked from a live lineup by a witness. 

Co-defendants Koleon Crawford and Dominque Spruill pled no contest to three counts of burglary and both were sentenced to 5 years, 4 months in prison.  The fourth perpetrator was a juvenile at the time of the crimes.

This case was investigated by the Sacramento Police Department.

 

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