Robber gets one year in jail
A Ramona man who pleaded guilty to robbery outside a salon and receiving stolen property has been sentenced to one year in jail on condition of three years probation.
Stan Lee Elsasser, 34, has a projected release date of Oct. 25, according to the sheriff’s department. He was sentenced by El Cajon Superior Court Judge Charles Ervin, who gave him credit for 69 days already spent in jail, including time off for good behavior.
Elsasser admitted to holding up a woman behind Salon Blondies at 1925 Main St. on Feb. 15 and to receiving another person’s property on Feb. 25. The victims spoke at the sentencing and Ervin fined him $1,312.
If Elsasser violates terms of his probation, he could be sentenced to a maximum term of five years and eight months in prison, according to court records.He wrote on a court document that he threatened the woman before robbing her. A restitution hearing has been set for May 11. He pleaded guilty less than two weeks after his Feb. 25 arrest by deputies with the sheriff’s Ramona station. Elsasser remains in the George Bailey Detention Facility.
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