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Man sentenced for holding a gun to another man's head
Man sentenced for holding a gun to another man's head
A man found guilty of holding a gun to another man’s head and demanding his car keys was sentenced to five to seven years in prison Friday in Laramie County District Court.
A man found guilty of holding a gun to another man’s head and demanding his car keys was sentenced to five to seven years in prison Friday in Laramie County District Court.

Strider Dean Langley, 36, was sentenced by District Court Judge Catherine Rogers. He was found guilty of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon during a jury trial. He was also charged with aggravated burglary with a deadly weapon, but was found not guilty.

Langley addressed the court during his sentencing and said he feels he was found guilty of a crime he didn’t commit because he was allowed to carry a firearm. But Rogers told Langley the law does not state he can point a gun at someone else’s head.

On Jan. 7, 2018, Langley held a gun to a man’s head outside the Lamp Lounge and demanded his car keys, according to court documents. The man told Langley he didn’t have any keys or a car, and Langley then got into a car he didn’t have permission to be inside. Officers arrived on scene and arrested Langley.
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Man sentenced for holding a gun to another man's head
Man sentenced for holding a gun to another man's head
A man found guilty of holding a gun to another man’s head and demanding his car keys was sentenced to five to seven years in prison Friday in Laramie County District Court.
A man found guilty of holding a gun to another man’s head and demanding his car keys was sentenced to five to seven years in prison Friday in Laramie County District Court. Strider Dean Langley, 36, was sentenced by District Court Judge Catherine Rogers. He was found guilty of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon during a jury trial. He was also charged with aggravated burglary with a deadly weapon, but was found not guilty. Langley addressed the court during his sentencing and said he feels he was found guilty of a crime he didn’t commit because he was allowed to carry a firearm. But Rogers told Langley the law does not state he can point a gun at someone else’s head. On Jan. 7, 2018, Langley held a gun to a man’s head outside the Lamp Lounge and demanded his car keys, according to court documents. The man told Langley he didn’t have any keys or a car, and Langley then got into a car he didn’t have permission to be inside. Officers arrived on scene and arrested Langley.



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