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Marcos Arenas murder 5/16/2013 Las Vegas, NV *Killed for his iPad, Jacob Dismont and Michael Solid will be in prison for a long time, without an iPad*

Marcos Arenas
Marcos Arenas

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Report Details iPad Robbery, Murder of Teen
Trial over teen’s death to begin Monday
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Solid, Dismont sentenced in murder of Marcos Arenas

Michael Solid – convicted, sentenced to 30 years to life in prison
Jacob Dismont – pled guilty, sentenced to 15 years to life in prison


Michael Solid


Jacob Dismont


One Response

  1. I read about this a little while ago on the MSN news site. It’s almost ironic that yesterday “Bonnie’s Blog of Crime” had an article about a man who viciously beat his little girl to death in Hawaii, and I made the comment, “murder in paradise.” I then went on to say that Hawaii is no longer a paradise, but a very nice place with a lot of problems. I said it still may be great, but it ain’t what it used to be; and then I made the comment, “Neither is Las Vegas.” This murder over an iPod is living proof of that.

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