Man gets 25 years for robbery of juveniles in Virginia Beach

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Solomon Supreme Street, 24, will serve 25 years in jail for his role in a September 2014 robbery.
Solomon Supreme Street, 24, will serve 25 years in jail for his role in a September 2014 robbery.

VIRGINIA BEACH – After pleading guilty to several charges stemming from a September 2014 robbery, a 24-year-old Chesapeake man will spend 25 years in jail.

Solomon Supreme Street, of the 100 block of Ford Street in Chesapeake, was sentenced on charges of malicious wounding, robbery, two counts of attempted robbery, conspiracy and three counts of use of a firearm, according to the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office.

Street pleaded guilty to the charges on June 1, 2016.

A news release from the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office said that on Sept. 28, 2014, Street’s co-defendant Devon Jensen went to a party in the Windsor Oaks neighborhood of Virginia Beach. Jensen left the party, picked up Street, and returned to the party around 2:30 a.m.

Jensen and Street were spotted hiding in front of a car by three juveniles at the party, who then went to investigate. The Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office said that Street and Jensen both pulled out guns. Jensen then pointed a gun at one victim and said, “Who wants to die?”

Devon Jensen, 23, also plead guilty and is scheduled for sentencing on April
Devon Jensen, 23, also pleaded guilty and is scheduled for sentencing on April 18.

According to the release, Jensen pistol-whipped one juvenile before pulling a knife and injuring their throat. The release said Street had a female juvenile on the ground and threw her phone into the grass before placing his gun to her head. Jensen took a cell phone from a third juvenile.

Police were notified by a neighbor and responding officers found Street and Jensen leaving the scene in a black Dodge Charger. The release said that police found two firearms and property belonging to the juveniles.

Jensen pleaded guilty on April 26, 2016. His sentencing is scheduled for April 18.

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