Saratoga ‘Sleeper Creeper’ Gets 32 Years
A Saratoga man that was found guilty of breaking into homes and watching people sleep last summer has been sentenced.
According to The Daily Gazette, Ramiz Hajratelli will be going away for 32 years (30 years in prison for two felony counts of second-degree burglary plus an additional two years in Saratoga County jail for two counts of criminal mischief).
We initially reported the story back in February from the Daily Gazette that 32 year old Ramiz Hajratelli was facing prison time for breaking into two Saratoga homes last summer and watching the occupants sleep. In one incident back in July, Hajratelli broke into a Caroline Street home and watched a female occupant sleep until she woke up and yelled at him. In the other incident, a fight broke out at Jumel Place after a male woke up to find Hajartelli standing in his room staring at him. He was arrested after both incidents and sent to Saratoga County Jail where he posted bail each time ($10,000 the first time, $2,000 the second). The verdict in the case was released nearly three weeks after the trial began on Feb. 7. What do you think of the verdict? Should the Saratoga creeper get 32 years?