Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Robbing Woman, Leading Police On High-Speed Chase

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A man was sentence to three years in prison on Monday after robbing a 66-year-old woman.

Paul Bradford was sentenced after he and two juveniles robbed a Willow Brook woman in October before leading police on a high-speed chase, according to the Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office.

The victim said told police that she was gardening at her Willow Brook Delaware Run community home when three males showed up and pointed a gun at her head. The three stole her laptop computer, a camera, approximately $250 in cash and a key to her car.

Willow Brook resident Arlene Shoemaker said in October the camera contained priceless photographs.

“It was sad,” Shoemaker said. “She had just come back from a trip in Europe. She had over 2,000 pictures and her camera hasn’t been returned.”

The three suspects fled the scene and led Delaware Police on a high-speed chase that ended after Bradford crashed their vehicle in a corn field near Sunbury.

A change of plea hearing has been scheduled Monday for one of the juveniles involved. The case against the last juvenile is being handled by Franklin County, according to the Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office.

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