Goshen man accused in string of burglaries learns his fate

A Goshen man accused in a string of burglaries was sentenced by plea to six years in total.

Most of them will be served on work release. Court documents say police were called to Berkshire Hathaway on Elkhart Road for a burglary that happened on the night of April 12.

An employee said the detached garage had been forced open and that items including a power washer, keys, scrap copper, copper pipes and a trash can were stolen.

The company reported another burglary just two weeks later, this time with one of the office windows broken open and a camera and lens missing. Police found a cell phone at the scene that day which they believed belonged to Forrest Braley of Goshen.

On May 22, police say Braley pawned a camera matching the description of the one stolen from Berkshire Hathaway.

According to The Goshen News, Braley admitted to police all of the incidents.

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