Repeat Cop, Corrections Officer and Female Assaulter Enjoys Repeated “Good Time”
(Better have a seat for this one folks…)
Charles J Logandre.
You will hear that name again folks.
Last month, Logandre stood in front of Judge Timothy Burns.
He had been convicted of Felony Assault on an Officer and Terroristic Threats.
He had apparently been on parole at the time of the offense.
Logrande was facing a maximum 10 year sentence.
Judge Burns was kind to Logrande and sentenced him to a combined 2 years for the offenses.
When combined with his previous convictions – of which he was on parole in the first place – he now has a maximum combined sentence of 10 years.
It could have been 18 years.
Thanks to Nebraska sentencing laws he will be free after serving 5.
Let’s take a stroll down Logrande’s past prison record shall we?
1996- sentenced to 3 to 5 years in prison for Felony Assault on an Officer.
2001- sentenced to 2-4 years in prison for Felony Resisting Arrest and Felony Assault on an Officer.
He was released after serving 2 years.
2006- sentenced to a flat 10 years for 2 counts of Felony Assault by a Confined Person ( likely assaulted correction officers)
He was released after serving 5 years.
2011- sentenced to a maximum of 8 years for Strangulation, DV Assault, and Assault by a Confined Person ( again…likely a corrections officer)
He was Paroled and violated again.
Four prison stints…
A combined total of 29 years of sentences for serious violent crimes of which he only served 15 years.
Makes you wonder why we even have a Habitual Criminal law at all.
If Logrande didn’t qualify to be charged as a Habitual Criminal this time, then we badly need a major revamp of that statute.
When April 2016 rolls around ( Logrande’s good time release date) we predict this will not end up well for somebody.
Judge Burns…we think you could do better.
What part of Logrande’s background suggests justification for leniency?
Is it the fact that he hasn’t actually killed a cop, corrections officer or citizen yet?