Repeat offender sentenced after pleading guilty to burglary, grand larceny

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Updated: 1/30/2013 5:33 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & -- Randall Forcier age 52, a target of the Northern Nevada Repeat Offender Program was sentenced yesterday to 59-160 months in the Nevada State Prison by the Honorable Steven Elliot, according to the Reno Police Department.

Forcier pled guilty to a burglary charge and grand larceny charge for which he was sentenced. In return, Reno Police say several other charges were dropped.

The burglary charge occurred on October 23, 2012 when he had taken stolen property, related to a theft in Fernley, into Schnitzer Steel and received money for the property. The property was recovered and returned to the owner.

The grand larceny charge occurred on November 4, 2012 in the Union Pacific Rail Yards in Sparks. He was arrested adjacent to the rail yards with stolen property from the yard and tools commonly used in burglaries.

For the burglary charge, he received 35-100 months in the Nevada State Prison and restitution in the amount of $214.90. For the grand larceny charge he received 24-60 months in the Nevada State Prison and restitution in the amount of $12,341.87. These sentences were to run consecutively.

Reno Police say he was further ordered restitution on a Sparks Case from 2008 in which he was to pay $24,890, to date he has only paid $110.00 of that amount.

Forcier has a criminal history spanning from 1985 and includes four prior felony convictions.

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