Repeat offenders face up to 107 years in prison in brutal attack on Delaware jewelry store owner

A repeat offender charged with pistol-wishing, hammering and stepping on a Wilmington, Delaware, jewelry store owner in September was charged Monday with seven counts.

Calvin Ushery Jr., 39, was arrested a week after the incident. brutal attack To the Korean-American owner of Solid Gold Jewelers on West Ninth Avenue on the morning of September 15th.

Security footage of the incident shows a masked man grabbing the 68-year-old store owner, pulling out a gun and hitting him in the head with a pistol.

As the helpless victim falls to the ground, the perpetrator jumps over the display case and repeatedly stomps on the head.

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Reports say the suspect repeatedly hit the victim’s head with a hammer. After a vicious assault, he allegedly stole an estimated $100,000 worth of exhibits.

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Ashley reported to be repeat offenderwas Paid with six felonies and one misdemeanor on Monday. These included 1st degree robbery (Class B violent felony), 1st degree assault (Class B violent felony), 2 counts of deadly weapon possession while committing a felony (Class B violent felony), a prohibited person (class F nonviolent felony) and criminal mischief (class A misdemeanor).

If found guilty, Ushery faces eight to 107 years in prison. Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings said in a statement that the victims and their families deserve “full justice before the law.”

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“This assault was brutal, cowardly and highly disturbing. These are serious felonies with serious consequences,” Jennings said. “We do not take these accusations lightly, but they are completely appropriate in the light of the facts. He was hospitalized with serious injuries.

The victim has since recovered. His son, Steve Hsu, GoFundMe fundraiser for his medical bills and retirement benefits.

“[Ushery] He has a long criminal record and shouldn’t be out on the streets where he can terrorize older business owners again,” Su said at a press conference last month. “We don’t want other families to go through what we’re going through.”

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