Queens Supreme Court Judge Gregory Lasak called Darryl Littlejohn a "typical, classic sociopath," and told him, "You act one way here and another way on the street. That makes you a very dangerous man," ultimately sentencing him to 25 years to life in prison. Littlejohn, who is awaiting trial for the 2006 murder of John Jay graduate student Imette St. Guillen, was found guilty for the 2005 kidnapping of a young woman. Lasak said of the crime, "It was every little girl's nightmare in this city. It was every parent's nightmare - walking home from York College and winding up on the floor of a van." Littlejohn's attorney said his client was, in fact, a victim, since his name was already associated with the St. Guillen murder.
Darryl Littlejohn Sentenced to 25 Years for Queens Kidnapping
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