Theft of Lance Armstrong’s bike means prison term

SACRAMENTO (AP) — A Sacramento man is facing prison for stealing Lance Armstrong’s bicycle while the
seven-time Tour de France winner was competing in California.
Sacramento County court documents show 40-year-old Lee Crider is to be sentenced Monday to three years in
prison for burglary and theft. He pleaded no contest June 1 to stealing Armstrong’s time trial bike and
two other bikes from a trailer after the Sacramento prologue to the Tour of California in February.
Another man, 33-year-old Dung Hoang Le of Elk Grove, pleaded no contest June 1 to receiving stolen
property. He has been sentenced to 90 days in jail, to be served on the sheriff’s work project.
A police report says he bought Armstrong’s $10,000 bike from Crider for $200. He later turned it in to
police
SACRAMENTO (AP) — A Sacramento man is facing prison for stealing Lance Armstrong’s bicycle while the
seven-time Tour de France winner was competing in California.
Sacramento County court documents show 40-year-old Lee Crider is to be sentenced Monday to three years in
prison for burglary and theft. He pleaded no contest June 1 to stealing Armstrong’s time trial bike and
two other bikes from a trailer after the Sacramento prologue to the Tour of California in February.
Another man, 33-year-old Dung Hoang Le of Elk Grove, pleaded no contest June 1 to receiving stolen
property. He has been sentenced to 90 days in jail, to be served on the sheriff’s work project.
A police report says he bought Armstrong’s $10,000 bike from Crider for $200. He later turned it in to
police