In the movie First Blood, Vietnam veteran John Rambo is arrested on trumped-up charges of vagrancy and resisting arrest. By the end of the movie he has clearly committed a large number of crimes including actually resisting arrest, assault of several police officers, arson (terrorism?), vandalism, theft of several vehicles, theft of several guns, etc. The audience is never told the charges or possible sentence that Rambo is facing by the end of the movie. Instead the movie ends abruptly on a freeze-frame as he's walking out of the police station in handcuffs.
If we ignore the charges that lead to his initial arrest, what charges would John Rambo be facing when he surrendered to the police at the end of the movie? Bonus question (might be better for the Law community): what kind of sentence would he be looking at for those charges?
The reason I'm curious is because I've heard people say, "He didn't actually kill anyone, so he probably wasn't given a life sentence." This seems a little silly to me: just because he didn't kill anyone doesn't mean he isn't going to prison for a very long time. The sum total of his charges could easily add up to an equivalent life sentence.