Woman Not Guilty Alex Trebek
August 2, 2011 by staff
Lucinda Moyers, the woman accused of entering the room of Alex Trebek hotel in San Francisco on July 26, faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted of theft. Moyers pleaded guilty to the charges Monday and is behind bars and 625,000 in bail.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Moyers has two convictions for theft before, and a third would be punishable under “three strikes” in California law. District Attorney spokeswoman Erica Derryck Terry told the newspaper that although Moyers injured no one, the incident was a violent crime Trebeck, because it was a “hot prowl” and therefore could be used against her at sentencing.
Derryck said: “We are alleging that the individual entered the room to commit the robbery while he was busy. By law, a felony and violent.”
Moyers allegedly stole money and a bracelet of Jeopardy! Host room at the Marriott Marquis, who entered with him and her wife were sleeping.
Trebek chased and confronted Moyers time in a hallway, where he denied being the person in the room. While searching, Trebek tore his Achilles tendon.
Moyers has also been in trouble with the law of other robberies that do not count against “three strikes”.
She blamed her relapse into heroin use in her appearance on Monday and said a life sentence is too harsh a punishment for her criminal past: “I’m not saying you should not do at any time, when I do things. I’ve done time. But to make a living? For stealing? And I did not even do anything this time. They’re going to give her life for my record. “
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