Sacramento Skinhead gets lengthy sentence under three-strikes law

Sacramento Bee/May 29, 2013

A Sacramento Superior Court judge has sentenced a white supremacist to more than 75 years in prison after a jury convicted him of distributing methamphetamine to benefit the Sacramento Skinheads street gang.

Judge Marjorie Koller sentenced Charles Gilbert Demar to 75 years to life plus nine years under the state's three-strikes law.

Demar was convicted May 1 of manufacturing, transporting and possessing methamphetamine for sale. The jury also found true the allegation that his crimes were committed to benefit the white supremacist street gang, according the Sacramento County District Attorney's office.

Demar was under surveillance by law enforcement in March 2011 when he drove away in his truck from officers. Demar would not immediately pull over and was seen throwing drugs out the truck window, the DA's news release said.

A search of his apartment and garage turned up Sacramento Skinhead signs and photos, chemicals and apparatus used to make methamphetamine and finished methamphetamine. A search of his cell phone turned up a video he had made of himself and another person making the drug, according to the release.

Demar was convicted of burglary in 1993, of manufacturing methamphetamine in 2000 and a gang-related assault involving two victims for the benefit of a gang in 2001.

According to stories in The Bee, Demar was named by Citrus Heights police as a "person of interest" in the March 2011 shooting death of white supremacist David Austin Lynch.

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