WENY News - Jeremy Cade found guilty for January burglary spree

Jeremy Cade found guilty for January burglary spree

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ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY) -- The man accused in a string of of Southern Tier burglaries, has been found guilty on all charges.

A Chemung County jury convicted Jeremy Cade of three counts of 3rd degree burglary, two counts of 4th degree grand larceny, two counts of 2nd degree criminal mischief, one count of petit larceny.

Cade and his brother burglarized and stole money from Tag's Restaurant, and Dunkin' Donuts and Arby's on the Miracle Mile in Horseheads. Cade also damaged property at the business, as well as property at Horseheads High School.

The cases were investigated by the Chemung County Sheriff's Office, who made the initial arrests in all of the cases.

Cade has four prior felony convictions for burglary and attempted burglary for crimes committed in Albany, Broome, and Chemung Counties between 2007 and 2012.

Each count of burglary carries a potential 3.5 to 7 years. The criminal mischief charge also carries a potential 3.5 to 7-years. According o the Chemung County District Attorney's Office, Cade can be sentenced consecutively for each of the crimes. He can also be sentenced as a persistent felony offender with a minimum sentence of 15-years to life, and a maximum of 25-years to life.

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