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Confessed Northside burglar gets 9 years

City man’s cooperation factored into sentence

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The man who admitted to a series of Northside burglaries last summer acknowledged at his sentencing Thursday morning that he made mistakes. But Joshua A. Wise Jr. also argued that the nine-year sentence he agreed to in a plea deal that covered a total of eight burglaries and two attempted burglaries wasn’t fair. Judge Frank P. Milano, in his own comments, laid out the circumstances: middle-of-the-night break-ins at people’s homes. “From a homeowner’s point of ...


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