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Curwensville man sentenced for burglary
Friday, October 12, 2012
A Curwensville man charged with the burglary of South Side Subs in Curwensville pleaded guilty before Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman Monday.
Cory L. Reinard, 26, currently incarcerated in Clearfield County Jail, first pleaded guilty to charges of persons not to possess firearms and receiving stolen property. He was ordered to serve three to six years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center, Pittsburgh, on a second case of burglary, retail theft, possessing instruments of crime, prohibited offensive weapons and criminal mischief. He was ordered to serve a concurrent period of one to two years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, on the first case, on July 28, Reinard was found lying along Rails for Trails near Carbon Mine Road with a duffel bag laying near him along with a loaded handgun. He told police he was walking to a friend's home. The bag contained three checkbooks belonging to his mother and stepfather, cigarettes, chewing tobacco and energy drinks. He said the gun and bag belonged to his stepfather. He told police he could not remember where the other items in the bag came from as he was drinking heavily the night prior.
On the second case, on July 28 Curwensville Borough police were notified of the South Side Subs being vandalized. Police were met by the storeowner, who indicated that someone had broken into her store and removed various items of tobacco products and energy drinks. Police reviewed a video surveillance camera that showed a white male carrying what appeared to be a black semi-automatic handgun. An inventory of items taken was provided. Later in the month, police spoke with two individuals who reviewed the footage and were able to identify Reinard.
On Aug. 1, police searched the Clearfield County Fairgrounds in an attempt to locate Reinard. He was found inside the fairgrounds and was in possession of a small amount of marijuana.
As a result of the possession of small amount of marijuana, he received a $1 fine and costs.
He was fined $1 on each charge, is to refrain from the use and possession of alcohol and controlled substances, not enter bars or places that serve alcohol, have no contact with the victim or family, not enter South Side Subs, pay restitution and submit to DNA testing at a cost of $250.

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