Parole board to determine Toby Stangel sentenceUPDATED 7:38 PM HST Mar 27, 2014Video Transcript
shooter Toby Stangel must spend behind bars before he has a chance at freedom. Stangel was sentenced in August of last year to a total of 60 years in prison. The state is asking that be extended to 150 years. MAILE NGUYEN 2:05 JUST IMAGINE YOU IN OUR SHOES AND IF THIS HAPPENED TO YOU WOULD YOU WANT SOMEBODY LIKE THIS OIUT? 09 EVERY DAY I LIKE SUFFER FROM INSOMMNIA NOT ONY ME IMAGINE WHAT MY SISTER HAS TO GO THROUGH. ITS NOT FAIR 2:20 Maile Nguyen addressed the Parole board --- at a hearing to set the minimum time Toby Stengel must serve in prison BEFORE he is eligible to apply for parole. On June 3, 2011 Stangel shot and killed nguyens mother as she sat in her van at a light-- maile's younger sister was in the car and watched the whole thing. Stangel--who admits he was paranoid and on drugs that night also shot and wounded two other motorists on the H-1 and then shot at two police officers before he was arrested. Judge Glenn Kim sentenced Stangel to three consecutive life terms--- which carry a minimum of 20 years each. For a total of 60 yeas. Stangles attorney is asking for a minimum far less than that. Schum inside 7:44-8;04 YOU CAN LOCK HIM UP FOR 20 YEARS AND IT WILL GIVE HIM A CHANCE TO GET THE HELP HE NEEDS AND WE DONT DISPUTE THAT NE NEEDS HELP. BUT IT WILL ALSO GIVE HIM HOPE.:57 THAT AT SOME DAY HE CAN GET OUT OF JAIL AND POSSIBLY HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE HIS FAMILY AGAIN. Stangel is imprisoned at Saguaro Prison in Arizona... He appeared in a video conference. But his attorney would not let us show his face ---but stangel told the board he constantly thinks about that night and the victims. TOBY 10:43-11:03 I PRAY FOR THEM I'VE WROTE THEM LETTERS I'M NOT SAYING THAT THATMAKES IT ALL BETTER BUT I'M JUST TRYING TO ADJUST TO WHAT I'VE GOTTEN MYSELF INTO NOW AND TRY TO BETTER MYSELF. the prosuctor is pushing for a minimum term of 50 years per count---- 150 years. nadamoto outside :24-35 BASICALLY WE BELIEVE HE'S A DANGER TO SOCIETY. WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THIS CASE, WE don't BELIEVE HE SHOULD GET OUT OF PRISON FRANKLY The parole board could make a decision within two weeks.