28 February 2008

Doing life...

On the "installment plan".

-- KINGSTON -- A 20-year-old Kingston man who left his probation papers at the scene of his latest crime will have six months to consider whether he's chosen the right career path.

Andrew D. Oatway pleaded guilty in Kingston's Ontario Court of Justice to a Jan. 25 break-in and theft from Dino's Barber Shop, two violations of the probation he received Nov. 16 for an earlier break-in and possession of marijuana.

Oatway's defence lawyer, Dan Scully, asked for some leniency for his client, noting his relative youth. He told Masse that Oatway became a father in January and expressed some hope his client will turn his life around.

"Obviously, he's not very good at this."
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1 comments:

Crazymamma said...

"He told Masse that Oatway became a father in January and expressed some hope his client will turn his life around."

The definition of hope? Delayed disappointment.

Reality really sucks, get caught for doing a "job" badly, then were are asked to be nice because he does his job badly.

I "hope" the baby only has his eyes.