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Thursday, 15 January 2009

Pablo Alejandro Guzman pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter in the Cruz case, and two counts of attempted assault in the later robbery

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Pablo Alejandro Guzman pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter in the Cruz case, and two counts of attempted assault in the later robbery.Pablo Alejandro Guzman was arrested Oct. 2, 2007, after the May 20 stabbing death of Constantino Cruz. Casimiro Blancas, whom Cruz had previously beaten in a fistfight, was tried and convicted of Cruz' murder in a May 2008 trial by a Washington County jury.
Washington County Circuit Judge Marco A. Hernandez sentenced Guzman to 10 years in prison for the manslaughter conviction, and a combined five years in prison for the assault pleas stemming from the robbery. The sentences will run consecutively, with Guzman not eligible for early release during the first 10 years of his prison time, according to Robert Bletko, Washington County chief deputy district attorney. Blancas, Luis Alberto Gonzalez and Jildardo Blancas-Perez, three of the other defendants in the Cruz case, have already been sentenced to life in prison.

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