Ludington man gets 14-year minimum for home invasion, other convictions

July 21, 2015
Jon MacCune with his attorney, David Glancy.

Jon MacCune with his attorney, David Glancy.

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 23-year-old Ludington man was sentenced in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, July 21, to 14 years and two months to 30 years in prison for several convictions, including first-degree home invasion.

Jon Lloyd MacCune, who was given credit for 330 days served in jail, is also convicted of attempted assault of a prison employee; second-offense habitual offender; and domestic violence.

MacCune was originally charged with additional counts of first-degree CSC and third-degree CSC, but was acquitted of those charges by a jury last May. The jury, however, found him guilty of the other counts.

MacCune was offered plea deals that would have yielded lighter sentences of a minimum of 13 years and a minimum of eight years, but he rejected the deals and proceeded to trial. The attempted prison employee assault conviction stems from MacCune assaulting a corrections officer at the Mason County Jail.

Because he is a second-offense habitual offender, the maximum 20-year penalty for first-degree home invasion increased to 30 years in prison.


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