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Winchester Man Pleads Guilty to Assault and Robbery Charges

17 August 2017 News

A Winchester man is facing three years to life in prison over charges stemming from a January 14 assault and street robbery. Jose Arambulo, 25, is scheduled to be sentenced in Winchester Circuit Court at 9:00am, November 7, 2017, after pleading guilty to charges on August 11. He was charged with robbery and using a firearm in the commission of a felony. As he awaits his sentencing, he is being held without bond at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center.

According to a police report, officers arrived at 711 Smithfield Avenue to find the victim, Reyes Bautista Ramirez, bleeding profusely from the head and face. He told officers that he had been held at gunpoint by the robber. His cell phone, car stereo, stereo speakers, and $200 were stolen during the incident.

Matt Britner, a friend of Arambulo, was also charged in the incident for being an accessory after the robbery. Britner allegedly drove Arambulo to the location of the robbery but he denied any knowledge of knowing the events were going to take place.

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