Saipan: Rental Car Burglar Sentenced to 5 Years in Jail

In Susupe, Saipan, a man who had been caught on video tape robbing a car rental company and attacking the company's employees pleaded guilty on Oct. 24 and was sentenced to 5 years in jail without parole, according to the Saipan Tribune

Martin T. Castro Jr., 26, was already in violation of his probabation from a criminal conviction in 2010. 

Castro was ordered to pay the car rental company, QQ Car Rental, restitution, as well as the employees who he assaulted, though no amount was specified in the article. 

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