25 years for Nevada felon for theft day after jail release

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> (NDOC). RENO, NV (AP)-. A long-time Nevada felon has been sentenced to approximately 25 years behind bars for a house invasion and theft in Sparks he committed in 2016 the day after he was released from prison.

Washoe County District Judge Kathleen Drakulich stated at Wednesday’s sentencing hearing that 38-year-old Lucas Brady need to serve a minimum of Ten Years prior to the habitual wrongdoer can be thought about for parole.

Cops say Brady burglarized an occupied apartment or condo and took a backpack and other products on Nov. 22, 2016. Investigators found 45 grams of methamphetamine and a scale in his coat pocket when he was jailed months later at the Peppermill hotel-casino.

Washoe County prosecutors say he previously was convicted on eight felony charges, consisting of attack with a deadly weapon, burglary, fraud, felony eluding and other multiple drug offenses.

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