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First Suspect From Albany Riot To Turn Himself In

After the “Kegs and Eggs” melee that happened last Saturday causing thousand s of dollars of damage to property, the Times Union is reporting that one student turned himself into police on Wednesday.

This is the video posted on YouTube.

He is 18 year old Evan Sapio, a University at Albany freshman. His father is Bob Sapio, the senior executive editor of the New York Daily News. The video was one of the things that lead police to create a most wanted list.

Evan’s father, Bob stated to the Times Union, “I’m going to kill him.” Evan was arraigned, in Albany City Court, on charges of criminal mischief and first-degree riot. The mischief charge is a felony and he could face a maximum sentence of up to 7 years in prison.

This is an example of being responsible for your actions. These people are going to be paying for this for a very long time. When I saw this, I’m hoping they all get caught, and have to pay for what they did. If you had a chance to punish them, if they were one of your children, what would you consider doing, for their consequences?

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