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Sandoval Man Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Theft

May 17, 2017

A 26-year-old Sandoval man has been sentenced to five years in prison after earlier pleading guilty in Marion County Court on a felony theft charge and petition to revoke his probation on a domestic battery conviction.

Judge Marc Kelly handed down five-year prison terms in both cases to Andrew Sloat of South Fayette Street. The time will be served concurrently and Sloat will be recommended for the impact incarceration program.

Sloat is accused of entering the home of William Henson in Sandoval last October and taking a laptop computer and prescription medication while Henson was believed to have been sleeping in another part of the house. Sandoval Police learned Sloat had taken the computer to a pawn shop and were looking for him when he was involved in a non-injury crash in Salem in January.

As part of the plea agreement, a residential burglary charge was dropped. Sloat was also given credit for 130 days already served in the Marion County Jail. He had pleaded guilty to the charges in March.

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