Burnet County man sentenced to 30 years for theft, burglary
September 13, 2013, 6:30 pm by James Walker
A Burnet County man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after he pled guilty to a string of felonies committed in the past two years, including burglary, theft tampering with a governmental record.
Cain Joseph Reeves was sentenced by 424th District Judge Dan Mills to 30 years for burglary of a habitation, 10 years for theft, 10 years for tampering with a governmental record, two years for burglary of a building and two year4s for evading arrest with a vehicle.
The sentences will run concurrently.
"Burnet County is a better place with Cain Reeves off our streets,” District Attorney Sonny McAfee said. "This man has been nothing but trouble for our community, and it has taken tireless work from our dedicated law enforcement professionals to put all of these cases together to get him behind bars where he belongs.”
For the complete story, see Tuesday’s Highlander and Wednesday’s Burnet Bulletin and Llano County Journal.
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