Seth Geroux, charged in February with Unlawful Driving Away of a Motor Vehicle, Malicious Destruction of Personal Property $200-$1,000, and Operating Without a License, all as a habitual 4th offender, was sentenced to prison July 2.
Geroux pled guilty June 4 to Unlawful driving Away a Motor Vehicle as a habitual 2nd offender.
He was sentenced by 55th Circuit Court Judge Thomas Evans to imprisonment for 18 months to seven years and six months. He did not receive credit for time served because he was on parole at the time of the recent offences, Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis reported.
Restitution was held open and he was charged $68 in State costs, $130 Crime Victim Rights Fee and $1,500 in fines, costs, and court appointed attorney fees.