BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A debt collector known as "Bags O' Money" will now be paying adebt to society, behind bars.
State Supreme Court Justice William Boller sentenced TobiasBoyland to up to 15 years in state prison for weapons possession.Several weapons were found during a search of his home and businesslast June.
Justice Boller said, "The message should go out to the youth inthe neighborhoods that felons are not supposed to be possessinghandguns and that's a very important fact that I also hope they getfrom this."
"I just want the kids to know, what happen when you get introuble, so think before, you know, you do bad things," said afriend of Boyland's.
Boyland will also have to pay more than $1,300 in fines.
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