SIOUX CITY | A Sioux City man accused in a string of vehicle break-ins was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison for one of the incidents.
Wiley Spencer, 20, had pleaded guilty in June in Woodbury County District Court to second-degree theft.
Terms of the plea agreement called for the five-year sentence.
Spencer had admitted that on Dec. 3 he was in possession of a stolen camera and lens. Police recovered other stolen items after they stopped Spencer's vehicle and later when searching his home.
Spencer has also pleaded guilty in a separate case to third-degree burglary for a March 1 vehicle break-in. His plea agreement in that case calls for a two-year prison sentence to be served at the same time as his five-year sentence.
Spencer is also charged with vehicle break-ins that occurred on Jan. 4. Those counts were dismissed.
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