But he never made it home with the heat waves shirts stolen from the Saks Fifth Avenue store on Canal Street in September 2000. Store security caught him, and with three prior felony convictions for theft, Frank was eligible for a much longer sentence as a habitual offender under Louisiana law.
In response, Zaragoza said he raised his heat waves tee shirt in order to show Avila he had a gun in a bid to cool off the situation. I showed him my gun, but I left it in my shirt, he testified. I was trying to get him to … stop.