PORTLAND Metal. (KPTV) – A 51-year-old Umatilla District man was prosecuted Thursday by a government fabulous jury regarding the Aug. 17 Wildhorse Resort and Club burglary, as per the U.S. Lawyer’s Office, Locale of Oregon.
Court reports charge that Javier Francisco Vigil entered the Wildhorse Gambling club on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, strolled directly to the clerk confine in the gaming region, and gave the clerk a note requesting $1 million. He then, at that point, drew a gun, pointed it at the clerk, and took steps to “wash everybody in blood.”
The clerk gave Vigil almost $70,000 in real money.
As Vigil left the gambling club, he shot something like one round at an ancestral cop, as indicated by police. Vigil was harmed by returning gunfire, captured and taken to a neighborhood medical clinic.
Vigil argued not blameworthy to endeavored murder, attack with a dangerous weapon, and different charges at his government court arraignment Thursday in Portland before U.S. Officer Judge Jolie A. Russo.
A four-day jury preliminary is booked to start on Nov. 1. Whenever sentenced, Vigil faces a most extreme sentence of 30 years in government jail, three years’ regulated delivery, and a fine of $250,000.