Man robs store to go back to jail, but…

CLAYTON, MISSOURI --- A Missouri man who robbed a restaurant then waited for police to arrive so he could return to jail and avoid homelessness has been sentenced to five years of probation.   Paul Borroni, 58, pleaded guilty on Monday to first-degree robbery of a Clayton restaurant last year, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.   Borroni had spent almost four decades in prison before the arrest and was struggling to settle on the outside.   He had told police that he threatened a restaurant employee to give him cash while pretending to have a gun for the sole purpose of returning to jail.   The man said he had been kicked out of a housing ce...

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