Burglar involved in Roaring Fork Valley robberies gets 90 days, 4 years probation
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – One suspect involved in a string of business burglaries was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail, four years of intensive supervised probation and 80 hours of community service.But William Riddle, 19, got credit for having already spent 119 days in jail before receiving the sentence, according to the Garfield County Combined Courts office. He pleaded guilty to one count of burglary.Police arrested five adults and two or three juveniles in late November. The adults, all under 20 at the time, were each accused of being involved with some of a string of 38 burglaries at businesses in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Garfield County beginning in July. People were shocked after several downtown Glenwood businesses were burglarized the weekend of Oct. 20.In December, the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office filed 35 charges against Bradley Guyon, including burglary and theft charges. Sean Egan was charged with 33 similar counts including an aggravated motor vehicle theft and a vehicular eluding charge. Riddle was originally charged with 13 burglary-related counts, and David Iuele received nine burglary-related charges. Khory Gagner was charged with four burglary-related crimes.Iuele will be sentenced May 16. Guyon hasn’t entered a plea. Egan pleaded not guilty to four charges, and a jury trial is scheduled to begin Sept. 8. He hasn’t entered a plea yet to burglary charges filed in a separate case. Gagner pleaded not guilty and has a jury trial scheduled to begin June 23.Deputy District Attorney Tony Hershey said one juvenile pleaded guilty and will be sentenced soon, and another hasn’t entered a plea yet.Contact Pete Fowler: firstname.lastname@example.orgPost Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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