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  1. #1
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    Jan 2014

    PA - Jacob Pushinsky, 18, shot to death, Erie County, 11 July 2015

    Derrys Calvin Sanders Jr. :: Black / Male / 14 Years Old

    For Murder+ of Jacob Pushinsky, M/18

    Erie City, and County are in North-Western, PA.

    Day 3

    Mon., July 13th: Go Erie :

    http://www.yourerie.com/news/news-ar...60K7Yic_Dp4ASw :

    Your One-Click Source* Of Lower Court:

    All ChargeS --- Bail --- Pre-Trial Confinement --- MotionS

    Scheduled Court DateS --- Advancement to Upper Court

    *Lower Court Criminal Docket Sheet:


    18 2501 A (F1) :: Criminal Homicide

    18 2502 (F1) :: Murder

    18 3701 A1 (F1) :: Robbery

    18 6106 A1 (F3) :: Unlicensed Firearm

    18 6110.1 A (M1) :: Possession Of Firearm By Minor

    18 907 A (M1) :: Possession Instrument Of Crime

    18 2705 (M2) :: Recklessly Endangering

    Grades of PA Crimes:

    H1 = Heinous of 1st Degree; H2
    F1 = Felony of 1st Degree; F2; F3
    M1 = Misdemeanor of 1st Degree; M2; M3
    S = Summary

    *"Recent Entries made in the Court Filing Offices may not be
    immediately reflected on these Docket Sheets..."

    Historically, Most PA Charges Like These Are Closed-Out in Lower, Magisterial District Court,
    then Advanced & Merged, with a New Docket Number, to Upper Courts of Common Pleas.

    { When-issued Upper Court Docket NumberS should resemble: CP-25-CR-0000____-2015 }
    Last edited by Richrd; 07-13-2015 at 02:41 PM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2013

    Murder defendant Derrys Sanders, 15, will stand trial as an adult in the July shooting death of a teen, according to a ruling made by a judge Thursday afternoon.

    Police say Sanders shot and killed Jacob Pushinsky, 18, during an attempt to steal the victim's bicycle.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2014
    Deal leaves parole possible for Erie teen in murder case - August 2016


    At 15 years old, Derrys Sanders Jr. still could spend the rest of his life in prison for pleading guilty Friday to first-degree murder in the July 2015 shooting death of 18-year-old Jacob Pushinsky.

    But his plea deal still gives Sanders -- charged when he was 14 and one of the youngest homicide defendants in Erie County history -- the chance to get out of prison early.

    As part of the plea deal, Connelly at sentencing will allow for the possibility that Sanders could be paroled after he serves his minimum sentence, whenever that might be. The district attorney's office intends to ask for more than mandatory minimum but agreed to make parole an option.

    The plea deal "does spare" Sanders "a sentence of life without parole," Connelly told Sanders.
    Erie teen Sanders gets 35 years to life for first-degree murder - October 2016


    Jacob Pushinsky's parents clutched each other and wept Friday as they told a judge about the life their son could have had.

    "We can't see him, we can't see hear his voice, we can't see him graduate; no grandbabies," Lisa Pushinsky said. "To me that's a life sentence."

    Jacob Pushinsky's shooter, 15-year-old Derrys Sanders Jr., on Friday received a sentence of 35 years to life in prison. The mandatory maximum sentence of life means Sanders will remain on parole for the rest of his life if he is released from prison. Sanders will be eligible for parole after he serves 35 years.

    Sanders apologized in court.

    "I truly and sincerely apologize to the community, my family and the Pushinsky family," he said.

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