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Suspect who shot at sheriff's deputy re-sentenced on First Offender case

Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 7:22 PM
Last updated 9:02 PM
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Joaquin Hogan got a second chance in January 2011 when a judge granted him first offender status on an attempted burglary charge.

If he had stayed out of trouble for two years, his record would have been wiped clean. Instead, investigators contend, Hogan didn’t make it 18 months before he held up businesses at gunpoint and shot at a sheriff’s deputy.

On Friday, Richmond County Superior Court Judge J. David Roper revoked Hogan’s first offender status and sentenced him to 10 years in prison.

Deputy Danny Haywood testified that he was on his way to the scene of an armed robbery with shots fired June 14 when he spotted a vehicle he believed the suspect was in. A chase ensued, which ended when the vehicle slowly entered a trailer park and stopped.

Haywood said two bullets narrowly missed him, even though he positioned his vehicle so it would be between him and the suspect when he got out.

Willie McNair and Mon­tra­vious McNair were arrested at the scene that night, but Hogan escaped. According to court records, he is suspected of committing two more robberies before he was arrested.

Hogan, 18, faces seven counts of armed robbery, one count of hijacking a motor vehicle, aggravated assault on a police officer and 16 weapon violations. Willie McNair, 24, faces five counts of armed robbery and five weapon violations. Montravious McNair, 17, faces one count of armed robbery.

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dstewartsr
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dstewartsr 02/08/13 - 09:07 pm
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He's screwed

... unless he goes in front of Overstreet; then he may get 'time served'. (Counting the time in the cop car that brought him in).

I'm Back Again
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I'm Back Again 02/09/13 - 02:02 am
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Good job Judge. Now lose the
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Good job Judge. Now lose the key to his cell.

I'm Back Again
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I'm Back Again 02/09/13 - 02:03 am
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Good job Judge. Now lose the
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Good job Judge. Now lose the key to his cell.

I'm Back Again
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I'm Back Again 02/09/13 - 02:03 am
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Good job Judge. Now lose the
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Good job Judge. Now lose the key to his cell.

I'm Back Again
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I'm Back Again 02/09/13 - 02:03 am
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Good job Judge. Now lose the
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Good job Judge. Now lose the key to his cell.

soapy_725
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soapy_725 02/09/13 - 10:20 am
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Round and around and around
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There is no justice. Obviously protecting civilized society is not an objective of the court system. You would think sometime that these judges have a personal relationship with the criminal element. They love to spend "quality" time with the same individuals.

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Fiat_Lux 02/09/13 - 06:16 pm
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You can't fix stupid

and this kid is a complete moron to have blown off a chance at having a life.

You gotta wonder why.

oldredneckman96
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oldredneckman96 02/09/13 - 06:52 pm
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Second chance
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First let me offer an apology to Deputy Danny Haywood and say thank you for defending the public. The apology is for the fact you may run into Hogan even sooner than 10 years. The thank you is poor pay but all I have left after “Hope and Change” has run through the south like no one since Sherman. Ten years for attempted murder of an officer? Beard cutters get 15 in Ohio!

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 02/09/13 - 07:27 pm
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Good on Judge Roper.

Good on Judge Roper.

CobaltGeorge
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CobaltGeorge 02/09/13 - 07:36 pm
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24 Criminal Felony Violations

and got only 10 years. About 6 months for each one. Our judical system is getting too severe on our America Citizens.

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