Fernando Saldana, 22, of Parma was sentenced Monday to up to 12 years for robbery, burglary and aggravated assault on an inmate while he was in the Canyon County jail, Canyon County Prosecutor Bryan Taylor announced. Saldana, a documented member of a Caldwell-based gang, will serve the three sentences concurrently, and 3rd District Judge Juneal Kerrick retained jurisdiction, which means she could opt to free Saldana on probation after he has been evaluated in the prison system. Otherwise, he will serve at least five, and up to 12, years in prison for the robbery. His sentences for the other two charges are each two to five years. In November 2011, Saldana was arrested on suspicion of pointing what appeared to be a handgun at a store clerk in Parma and demanding money. Jailed on that robbery charge and for violation of his probation on an earlier burglary, Saldana reportedly joined five other documented gang members in a violent attack on another inmate this past February. Saldana was charged with rioting and entered a guilty plea to an amended charge of aggravated assault.