Sad news for Bobby Shmurda and his crew.
Page Six reports that Santino Boderick, also known as Cueno, has been sentenced to up to 130 years in prison for his role in gang warfare. In November 2016, Boderick was convicted on 23 counts, including charges of conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder in the second degree.
However, Boderick didn’t take his sentencing easy. According to reports, Shmurda’s co-defendant told Judge Abraham Clott “s–k my d—”, “f– yourself,” and demanded to be removed from the courtroom before actually receiving his sentence. Evidence has placed the 23-year-old at the scene of four shootings, three of which he was determined to be a shooter, plus his DNA was found on three guns.
Bridget G. Brennan, a Special Narcotics Prosecutor, spoke out about Boderick’s conviction, telling reporters, “Santino Boderick was convicted of multiple incidents involving shocking violence, and which reflected utter disregard for human life. The sentence imposed on him today will protect the community, and appropriately punish behavior that terrorized countless innocent people.”
The news of Boderick’s lengthy prison sentence comes months after Bobby Shmurda pled guilty to conspiracy charges and was sentenced to 7 years behind bars.