Allentown man heads to state prison for slashing man's face on the street
An Allentown man came to Lehigh County Court today believing he faced a minimum sentence of one year in prison for slashing a Oxymetholone Manufacturer man's face on the street.
But after Buy Jintropin hearing from the victim, Lehigh County Judge Maria Dantos told Jimmie Camacho she couldn't live with the plea deal.
"Twelve and a half months is not enough," the judge said in court this afternoon.
Instead, Dantos offered Camacho a minimum sentence of 18 months in state prison "but nothing less." The 23 year old Camacho agreed to the new deal and Dantos sentenced him to 18 months to six years in state prison.
Jose Santana said Camacho thought he was part of an incident where Santana's cousins threw a bottle through a window at the Camacho home. Santana said he and Camacho had exchanged words in the weeks before the slashing and he Testosterone Online Order tried to avoid Camacho whenever possible.
"I stopped going outside," Santana said. "I felt unsafe completely."
But on April 29, 2012, Camacho walked up to Santana and without a word sliced his face with a small knife. Santana said he didn't have insurance and didn't want Methandienone China to drive himself "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" to the hospital.
"I had to first find a ride with my face open," Santana said. Ultimately Santana needed 21 stitches, and he described getting the wound flushed and the needle pricks of numbing agent used on his face.
Santana said of the initial one year deal: "Anything is good . . It's not the best."
"I had trouble with it, too," Dantos said.
Camacho apologized to Santana in court.
"I was young and dumb," Camacho said. "I'm old enough to see what I've done was wrong."
Dantos had Camacho drug tested Acheter Viagra when he came into "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" court, and he tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, the judge said. Camacho said that while he used to smoke three blunts a day, after a prior positive test he stopped and the positive must be due to residue in his system.
Camacho later said he used drugs to deal with stress in his life.
"Nope. Go ahead. Keep talking," Dantos said.
Camacho was free Gensci Jintropin on bail and a group of deputies surrounded him as he was handcuffed and taken to prison.
Camacho's attorney asked that while in prison he be separated from two men involved in a homicide case. Camacho told police Nicholas Caccappolo admitted fatally shooting Anthony Otero.