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Burglaries send woman to prison

December 21, 2012
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Sean W. McPartland in Tama County District Court in Toledo on Dec. 6:

Kelli Sue Reagan, 29, Waterloo pled guilty to charges of 2nd and 3rd degree burglary and child endangerment. She was sentenced to a 10-year prison term for the burglary 2nd charge, five-year prison term for burglary - 3rd and two years on the child endangerment charge. The prison sentences are to run concurrently with Black Hawk County sentences for 1st and 3rd degree theft. Reagan was also fined a total of $2,375 on the three charges.

She was directed to pay restitution jointly with her accomplice, Alison Miller, to the victims in an amount totaling $6,462.

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Kelli Sue Reagan

Reagan was charged with burglaries on Nov. 8, 2011 in the 1100 block of Meadow Lane, Buckingham, and Jan. 6 of this year in the 1100 block of Lakeview Drive, Buckingham. A Tama County Attorney's Information filed on Feb. 2 added the charge of child endangerment involving exposing a male child under the age of 14 to a risk. In the Nov. 8 burglary, the charge filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Wes Sebetka alleges firearms were possessed by Regan during the burglary and transferred from room to room

 
 

 

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