How do you know when a “first date” has gone really bad?
A Detriot man was sentenced last month to at least two (2) years in state prison for stealing a woman’s car after skipping out on the check during a first date. Terrance McCoy, 24, was sentenced in Oakland County, Michigan to two (2) to ten (10) years in prison for one of the classier moves that I’ve seen in awhile.
McCoy pleaded “no contest” on September 18th to Grand Theft Motor Vehicle. As in Florida, a “no contest” plea does not admit guilty, but simply states that you believe it is in your best interest to resolve the case without going to trial.
Police say that McCoy dined with a twenty-seven (27) year-old companion on April 24th in Ferndale, Michigan. The woman told the police that McCoy said he forgot his wallet in her car and needed her keys to retrieve it. After that, McCoy took off in her car.
Defense attorney Terri Antisdale stated that McCoy is a “very nice man who made a bad decision.” Really? Do you think so?
While the Blake & Dorsten, P.A. in Clearwater does not support this type of activity, we routinely handle Theft Crimes throughout the Tampa Bay area. If you’ve been charged with a Theft-Related Offense, former prosecutor Nicholas J. Dorsten is on your side.
If your Theft (or any other criminal matter) requires an experienced and aggressive defense, the Blake & Dorsten, P.A. will be there for you. 365/24/7. To speak directly with defense attorney Nicholas J. Dorsten, please call 727.286.6141 or email Nicholas at: firstname.lastname@example.org