CORPUS CHRISTI – A man convicted of aggravated robbery has been sentenced to two 30-year prison sentences following a home invasion on July 31, 2018.
The man, identified by Portland police as Seth Wolf, reportedly broke into a woman’s home where he proceeded to hold her at gunpoint while he tried to tie her down. During that time, he found the victim’s car keys and demanded that she take him to Corpus Christi.
Wolf, a known gang member, was arrested a week later and pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery in Nueces County.
It was noted that Wolf will serve two 30-year sentences as a result of the aggravated robbery as well as a plea agreement in San Patricio County.
Prior to this arrest, Wolf has been arrested multiple times for not registering as a sex offender.
Both of the 30-year sentences will be served consecutively.
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