The son of a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) captain has been sentenced to five years in state prison for the armed robbery of a Westchester boutique in June, a Los Angeles County Superior Court spokeswoman said.
Kyle Jackson Jr., 21, of Los Angeles, who previously pleaded guilty to the June 6th robbery of the Jennifer Jeanne Boutique in Westchester, was sentenced Tuesday, January 9th, at the Superior Court Airport Courthouse, the spokeswoman said.
Jackson Jr. is the son of LAPD Captain Kyle Jackson, the commanding officer of the Robbery-Homicide Division.
Another defendant in the robbery, John Rebeiro Jr., of Los Angeles, was sentenced Friday, January 12th, at the Torrance Courthouse to three years probation and time served, the court spokeswoman said.
A third defendant, Mallory Eddy, also of Los Angeles, was earlier sentenced to three years probation for receiving stolen property, the spokeswoman said.
An off-duty Santa Monica police officer reported seeing Jackson Jr. and Rebeiro run from the boutique June 6th, and notified LAPD Pacific officers.
LAPD officers stopped the two men and Eddy in a vehicle at Riggs Place and Kentwood Court in Westchester, and a handgun and other evidence were found in the vehicle, police said.