Sentencing delayed for man in Hot Spot Smoke Shop case | TheUnion.com

Sentencing delayed for man in Hot Spot Smoke Shop case

Anthony Vicente

Sentencing delayed in smoke shop robbery

A Nevada County judge on Friday delayed sentencing for one of three men involved in the Hot Spot Smoke Shop robbery.

Anthony Richard Vicente, 32, is now scheduled for a March 23 sentencing after his defense attorney said he needed more time to examine documents and contact witnesses.

Vicente, who pleaded guilty in December to robbery, possession of a firearm and two counts of vehicle theft, is linked by authorities to the January 2017 hold-up of the Grass Valley smoke shop.

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His two codefendants — James Edwin Sandoval, 34, and Joseph Daniel Sandoval, 32 — pleaded no contest last month. Their sentencings are scheduled for Feb. 26 and April 6, respectively.

— Alan Riquelmy,

staff writer


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