Thief Who Stole Mentally Disabled Superman Fans Collection Gets Six Years Behind Bars!
Earlier this year, we heard the story of Gerry Armbruster, who stole a number of expensive pieces of Superman memorabilia from a mentally disabled fan. Well, the thief and all round scumbag is now heading to jail...
BND report that 37 year old thief Gerry Armbruster pleaded guilty on Tuesday to stealing the massive Superman memorabilia collection from Mike Meyer, a long time fan of the iconic DC superhero. His punishment? Well, he's now on his way to jail, courtesy of Circuit Judge Richard Tognarelli who sentenced him to six years in prison.
In case you've forgotten the details, Armbuster befriended Meyer after overhearing details of his pricey collection and robbed him of it while Meyer was distracted by a movie.
Fans and celebrities alike gathered to help rebuild the collection, which was thankfully returned when Armbruster was later caught. Oh, and how did police manage to nab him? They caught up to the guy while investigating another crime: he had beaten and robbed a 76 year old man who was trying to hire him to clean up a vacant business. Careful not to drop the soap now Gerry...
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