A Port of Spain magistrate today sentenced a man to five years in jail for stealing a laptop while holding a 15-inch knife. In passing sentence on Kyron Ruiz, 27, magistrate Nizam Khan made reference to the “front page news” of a priest who was robbed and beaten. New Balance Baskets Femme “The majority of citizens in TT are working hard to make a living. Moncler doudoune pas cher Robberies have become the order of the day. It is unfair to law-abiding citizens. It is so prevalent, the front page news today is about a church being robbed,” Khan said. Ruiz, who is homeless, pleaded guilty charged with robbery with aggravation. Prosecutor Sgt Decklon Castro said Friday around 11.30 pm, the laptop’s owner was using the laptop valued US $700 while seated on a bench near the National Library at Abercromby Street in Port of Spain. tn requin pas cher homme Ruiz approached the man who ran off. Canada Goose Homme The victim left his laptop behind and a knapsack which Ruiz picked up and took. Canada Goose Langford Parka Police arrested him shortly after at the Lapeyrouse cemetery standing next to a tomb.