Man faces sentencing in beer heist
Christopher James Kenney, 19, of Ramona, got a little more time Monday before he’s sentenced on a burglary charge involving a beer heist at the Arco am/pm mini-market.
Kenney appeared before El Cajon Superior Court Judge Charles Ervin, who rescheduled sentencing for July 7. Kenney pleaded guilty to burglary involving an April 28 incident inside the mini-market when he and a buddy allegedly tried to steal beer.
Two men entered the mini-market at 1015 Main St. at 2:35 a.m., but one left without taking anything. Kenny is believed to have fought with a clerk when he was taking two cases of beer out of the store. He was identified on store video and later arrested at his home.
The clerk was not hurt. Damages to displays and theft of beer was estimated at $120. Deputy District Attorney Ron Mendes said Kenney faces a maximum sentence of three years in prison, but probation has not been ruled out. He remains free on bond.
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