LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Montez Harris, 23, got a 32-year sentence for a string of burglaries which caused police to put two schools on lockdown.
Tippecanoe County Prosecutor Pat Harrington says Harris pleaded guilty in November to a string of burglaries last spring.
In May, a Lafayette man returned home to find Harris putting the man's television into Harris' car. The police search for Harris led Sunnyside Middle School and Murdock Elementary school to be placed on lockdown.
A judge sentenced Harris to 27 years in prison, 1 year of community corrections and 4 years of probation.
A man wanted for burglary and theft has been found thanks to an anonymous tip.
A man who prosecutors say held his wife against her will at gunpoint two months ago faces several felony charges.
Kandus Neal, 25, faces a pair of felony charges after prosecutors said she stabbed her husband with a knife.