Leon Stone served a 7-month sentence for manslaughter for punching a man, causing him to die, because you know he 'didn't mean to.' Well as you could assume the family of the victim, Christopher Breck, were not pleased when the punishment for the person responsible for killing their loved one could be accomplished in the same amount of time that it took to shoot the movie "Transformers."
Here's the real kicker, now he's out and at it again; stealing not killing. He went on a little burglarly-fest 2007 this past week and got caught due to the heroics of a 74-year old sweetheart, Mary Kujuwa, who Stone obviously underestimated when it comes to calling the police when someone breaks into your house.
Before entering Kujuwa's house Stone was confronted by her neigbor Michael Birrenbach. Stone punched Birrenbach in the head, again, and got chased away by Michael and his shotgun. Stone was trying hide in Kujuwa's house when she heard a noise and called the fuzz. The punishment wasn't so leanient this time. Ramsey County District Judge Salvador Rosas sentenced Stone to seven years in prison. The Breck's probably got a little more satisfaction out of that one.
the actual title of this article is, "Parolee held in burglary spree," and it's on www.pioneerpress.com.