Prisoner sentenced to concurrent prison term for break-in

December 12, 2023

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Prisoner sentenced to concurrent prison term for break-in

LUDINGTON — A 26-year-old man who is currently imprisoned for a conviction of breaking and entering with intent was sentenced to a concurrent prison term of 17 months to 10 years in Mason County’s 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, Dec. 12.

Jordan Blakely Hicks pleaded guilty, Oct. 31, to two counts of breaking and entering with intent, according to court records.

Hicks is currently serving a prison term of one year and 11 months to 10 years at the Central Michigan Correctional Facility in St. Louis, Michigan, according to Michigan Department of Corrections records. He was sentenced in Manistee County last August. 

His attorney, Horia Neagos, asked Judge Susan K. Sniegowski to consider Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI), which is boot camp. Judge Sniegowski said she would review the SAI request after she is contacted by MDOC.

Hick was also ordered to pay $3,222 in restitution.

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