White House Fence Jumper Seeks Sentence Of Time Served – Yahoo News

View photo Alleged White House fence jumper Omar Gonzalez, 42, is shown in this New River Regional Jail booking By Ian Simpson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Army veteran who entered the White House with a knife should be sentenced to time served followed by supervised release, his attorney said in a court filing on Friday. Omar Gonzalez, 43, of Cooperas Cove, Texas, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday in U.S. District Court for breaching White House security in September. Gonzalez’s attorney, federal public defender David Bos, said he should be sentenced to the nine months he has been held in jail, followed by three years of supervised release.
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Police: Aspen mail sorter had pistol at post office | AspenTimes.com

The knife was a switchblade, considered an illegal weapon under state law, the police report says. Police also inspected Penninis locker with his permission, finding an open backpack. Pennini also allowed authorities to inspect his backpack, the report says. Out of concern for everyones safety at the scene, (Officer Kirk) Wheatley opened the pack and observed a Sig Sauer semi-automatic handgun in the pocket, the report says. Wheatley later confirmed the pistol to be fully loaded with 14 rounds of live ammunition, was accompanied with 28 additional rounds of ammunition, two sets of handcuffs, three folding knives and one multi-tool. Pennini is out of jail on bond. He was advised of the charges Tuesday in Pitkin County Court. Assistant Police Chief Bill Linn said Pennini later came by the police department to retrieve his gun.
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