"We are not going to allow someone to come in and just pay back the money over a period of time once again we have to show all the people who make the Boys and Girls Club a success and donate time and money and have for years that we are going to protect this club at all costs," said District Attorney Doug Valeska.
Colson seemed to get choked up when speaking with the community corrections officer after court--
Saying his wife is expecting to give birth to their child next month.
"He made those choices. He wasn't caring too much about his wife at that time and that sounds hard and tough but that's just the truth so any sympathy from me, no," said Valeska.
Colson's defense attorney wouldn't speak to us on camera but in court he said his client was remorseful and had no prior trouble with the law but Judge Anderson said Colson was the one who put himself in this place to begin with and that the Boys and Girls Club deserved to be paid back in full in order for justice to be served.