Ex-Georgetown man gets 6.5-year prison sentence

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DANVILLE — A former Georgetown man was sentenced to six years and six months in prison after he pleaded guilty to burglary, a Class 1 felony.

Judge Charles Hall entered the sentence against Broc Tuggle.

In addition to prison, Tuggle must serve one year of mandatory supervised release.

The court heard evidence on May 16 that Tuggle and a co-defendant entered a well house in Ridge Farm without permission and, after cutting a padlock, unplugged the power supply to the security cameras and took items from the building with a total value of more than $2,000.

Tuggle was caught on camera, and his driver’s license was found lying near the entrance to the property.

Vermilion County State’s Attorney Jacqueline Lacy credited the Ridge Farm Police Department for its work on the case.

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