Package Bomber Cesar Sayoc Jr.’s EXTENSIVE Rap Sheet – Includes Conviction for Dealing Steroids, Terroristic Threats

Cesar Sayoc Jr. has been arrested in connection with suspicious packages sent to prominent Democrats and Trump critics.

Sayoc is reportedly a 56-year-old Native American and lives in Florida.

Cesar Sayoc is a business owner and has a rap sheet a mile long.

His long rap sheet includes convictions for retail theft and possession of illegal steroids with intent to distribute.

Here is his extensive rap sheet, via Stripes:

Online court records show that Sayoc in 2002 was arrested and served a year of probation for a felony charge of threatening to throw or place a bomb. No further details were available about the case.

Sayoc was convicted in 2014 for grand theft and misdemeanor theft of less than $300, and in 2013 for battery. In 2004, he faced several felony charges for possession of a synthetic anabolic-androgenic steroid. He also had several arrests for theft in the 1990s.

He filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2012, informing the court he had $4,175 in personal property and more than $21,000 in debts. His name is also listed on business records tied to dry cleaning and catering businesses. Records show he was born in New York and according to an online resume he attended college in North Carolina.

“Debtor lives with mother, owns no furniture,” Sayoc’s lawyer indicated in a property list.

Drug bust in 2005 – via Dan Riehl.

Stolen car.

Among convictions for petit theft, retail theft and other property crimes, Sayoc plead guilty to charges of possessing illegal anabolic steroids with intent to distribute. He had also accumulated more than a dozen traffic violations over the years.

In 2012, Sayoc successfully filed for Bankruptcy in Miami. According to the same set of records, Sayoc Jr. is an actively registered Republican in the State of Florida.


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