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St. Charles man gets 72 months for two burglaries

Published: Friday, April 5, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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A news release is attached that contains information regarding a residential burglary arrest made yesterday afternoon.   A 39 year old St. Charles man was arrested and charged with Residential Burglary after he was observed by a neighbor inside of a residence on Millburn Court while the owners were on vacation.  Carl D. Newsome, of 1604 Indiana Street, was taken into police custody at his residence minutes after the break-in.

ST. CHARLES – A 39-year-old St. Charles man pleaded guilty this week to two residential burglaries and was sentenced to 72 months in the Illinois Department of Corrections, according to court records.

Carl Dean Newsome reportedly will receive credit for 64 days served.

St. Charles police arrested Newsome after a resident of the 1100 block of Millburn Court reported seeing him burglarize a neighbors’ home Jan. 30.

Newsome also was tied to a Jan. 26 residential burglary in which he reportedly entered a house in the 400 block of South 13th Street while the residents were home. After he left, the residents noticed a wallet was missing from a short wall near the front door, police have reported.

Newsome was on parole for past St. Charles burglaries at the time of his arrest, police have said.

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