Sunday, 08 March 2015 17:00

Man Who Broke Into IN Repair Shop in 2011 Gets 14-Year Sentence

Brandon Paris was sentenced to 14 years in prison after stealing a shotgun, customer car, and money from a Lafayette, IN repair shop. (Photo: Lafayette Police Department)


Brandon Paris, 29, of Lafayette is sentenced to 14 years after breaking into a repair shop, reported wlfi.com.

Paris was pulled over in 2011 in West Lafayette for driving down the wrong side of the road. He could not provide registration and told officers it was a company car. The name on his ID card read Bobby Anthony Ross.

Later, officers responded to a break-in at a Lafayette repair shop. The owner reported that some money, a shotgun and a customer car had been taken, reported wlfi.com.

Paris’ DNA was found on the drawer of the cash register after it was sent to state police labs last year. Records show that Paris used Ross’ name to check into the jail back in 2011, reported wlfi.com.

After pleading guilty to multiple charges in court on February 23, he was sentenced to 14 years in prison.