WATSEKA — A Sheldon man was sentenced to six years in prison this week for burglary and theft.
Iroquois County Judge Gordon Lustfeldt sentenced Adam Lane, 29, on March 5. He pleaded guilty to one count of burglary and theft on Feb. 4.
Lane was arrested by the Iroquois County sheriff's office after an investigation by Sheldon police into vehicle burglaries.
Lane was on probation for residential burglary at the time of the offense.
Lane was represented by Public Defender Michael Sabol. Assistant State's Attorney Alex O'Brien prosecuted the case.