Chesterton man pleads guilty to April 2021 car theft-related charge

It’s 18 months to 5 years behind bars for a Chesterton man who pleaded guilty to a car theft-related charge.

It was April of 2021, when prosecutors say Charles W. Curry II, 45, drove off, without permission, in a vehicle that didn’t belong to him in Niles Township. It’s just one instance of many from Curry’s criminal record which includes nearly two dozen and 14 misdemeanors, many related to property crimes and auto theft, according to Leader Publications.
Curry also faces charges in Indiana.

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