Jeremy Meeks, Stockton’s internet infamous arrestee, was sentenced to more than two years in prison Thursday morning.
State charges against “Hot Convict” Jeremy Meeks have been dropped in favor of federal charges. The decision was announced in a court hearing Tuesday.
The felony charge of participation in a street gang, bail is set at $25,000 in San Francisco County, $50,000 in Sacramento County, and $250,000 in San Joaquin County.
Jeremy Meeks, Stockton’s notorious “Dreamy McMugshot,” was indicted on Federal charges Thursday.
TMZ reports that Meeks, who is still being held at San Joaquin County Jail, signed with Blaze Models – a Santa Monica-based model and talent agency.
Through Facebook, Twitter and even their own app, the Sacramento Police Department is taking the fight on crime online, even including a new position for the department.
Those much talked about blue steel eyes were locked behind a heavy steel door last night at the San Joaquin County Jail. Friday afternoon, Meeks was arraigned on eleven felony counts related to firearm possession, street gang membership, and violating his probation.
Jeremy Meeks, Stockton’s internet infamous arrestee, will be charged Friday on numerous firearm and gang related charges, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office said.
Jeremy Meeks, a 30-year-old convicted felon, was arrested on felony weapons charges as part of Weston Ranch Operation Ceasefire, which targeted an increase in shootings and robberies in the area.