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Woman sentenced after burglarizing houses

Amber Dawn Vincent, 20, of 18 Fourth Ave. No. B2, Lisbon, N.D., has been sentenced in Becker County District Court for felony second degree burglary of a dwelling. An identical count was dropped in a plea agreement.

On March 6, 2007, she and a boyfriend, Roland Allen Titus, 22, same address, burglarized a residence in Audubon, stealing assorted jewelry, compact disks and winter coats. That same day, they also burglarized a residence in Lake Park, stealing a CD player, DVDs, CDs, and a pair of binoculars.

They admitted their involvement to investigators and gave the location of some of the stolen items, which were recovered.

Titus has also been charged with felony second degree burglary of a dwelling. An identical count was dropped in a plea agreement.

On Dec. 19 district Judge Peter Irvine sentenced Vincent to 28 months in prison, execution of sentence stayed 10 years. She was placed on supervised probation for 10 years.

She was ordered to serve 120 days in jail, concurrent to a Clay County court file. She was granted credit for 121 day served and ordered to pay a $500 fine plus court fees and $2,6760 in restitution.

She must also submit to random UAs and drug and alcohol testing.

Judge Irvine sentenced Titus to 28 months in prison, execution of sentence stayed. He was ordered to serve 180 days in jail, concurrent to time served in the Clay County Jail. Work release and STS privileges were granted.

He was fined $500 plus court fees and ordered to pay $2,670 in restitution. He must also submit to random UAs and drug and alcohol testing.

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