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Man that robbed Chargers S Derwin James at gunpoint given 9 years in state prison

Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James finally gets some justice after getting robbed at gun point.

According to TMZ Sports, the man that robbed Chargers safety Derwin James finally has a little justice. Kevin Mitchell a 23 year old man who rolled up to James and his Uncle on Sunset Blvd and robbed them at gunpoint has been sentenced to 9 years in State Prison.

James and his Uncle were reportedly eating at Bossa Nova Restaurant when Mitchell and another man held James at gunpoint stealing his Rolex watch and a gold chain.

After an investigation the police found that Mitchell tried selling the watch at a pawn shop in San Ferando Valley. The man was arrested after James picked him out the lineup, and Mitchell was charged with five felonies.

Today Mitchell copped a plea deal in which he was convicted on charges of felony robbery and felony criminal threats and the 3 other charges were dropped.

According to court documents … for the robbery charge, he was ordered to serve 9 YEARS in state prison as well as pay fines, fees and restitution.

As for the criminal threat charge — he was ordered to serve 3 years in prison for that crime, but the judge ruled that will be a concurrent sentence to the nine-year one.

At least justice was served, now find the other guy.

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