A man involved in a failed jewelry store robbery that was caught on tape was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison.
Defendant Trey Akana-Pulido was charged with first-degree robbery, arson, and firearms violations among a slew of other crimes.
At just 22 years old, Akana-Pulido has a lengthy rap sheet.
"Putting all these cases together, it looks like the defendant really went on a vicious crime spree and put a lot of people's lives in danger," said prosecutor Dean Young.
The two-time felon faced sentencing on 10 criminal counts on Monday.
One of Akana-Pulido's run-ins with the law was captured on surveillance video in April of 2011. In the video, you could see him using a hammer in a botched attempt to rob the Zales jewelry store in Waikele.
His accomplice was 28-year-old Mark Ahnee. He was killed just days after the robbery by police on Kalanianaole Highway after firing at authorities with a sawed-off shotgun.
Akana-Pulido said he wants to end his criminal record once and for all.
"I'm not a bad person. I made a lot of bad choices in my life," said Akana-Pulido. "I'm sure it's obvious to everyone here, but I plead guilty to accept responsibility and accept my consequences."
Judge Michael Wilson demanded Akana-Pulido remember the victims of his crimes.