Ex-prisoner calls on the police to arrest to prevent homelessness

CLAYTON, Mo. – Missouri a man who spent almost four decades in prison for murder and parole violations, is back behind bars after faking an armed robbery, and pleaded with the police to get him back inside.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Clayton police arrested 57-year-old Paul Borroni last week after he kept a restaurant and threatened to shoot the employee if they do not call the police. The police says Borroni pretended his finger was a gun.

He told the police that he didn’t want to be homeless.

Borroni was convicted in 1979, a 17 year-old fatally stabbing a high school student who refused to date him. He was released from prison in the last month.

He is now charged with first-degree robbery and is being held on $250,000 cash bail. His court-appointed lawyer could not be reached for comment.


Information from: the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

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