‘Ninja Robbers’ leader is sentenced to life in prison on multiple charges
The mastermind behind terrifying attacks has been convicted and sentenced for crimes he and a group known as the “Ninja Robbers” committed in Collier County and Orlando for roughly over five years.
Andres Perez, 49, was found guilty on 34 of 37 charges by a jury in Collier County for a year of terrorizing community members that took place between August 2013 to May 2014.
He is sentenced to:
- Life in prison for kidnapping with intent to commit a felony
- Life in prison for home invasion
- Life in prison for carjacking with a firearm
- 30 years for racketeering
- 30 years conspiracy to racketeer
- 15 years for dealing in stolen property
These were men accused of leading victims around their own homes tied up.
Perez is part of the so-called “Ninja Robbers,” who terrorized Collier County and the Orlando area about five years ago.
Perez was the last of the so-called “Ninja Robbers” to stand trial.
The other two took plea deals and are serving 45 years in prison.