Repeat offender sentenced after stealing vehicle

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Updated: 12/05/2012 12:30 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- On Thursday, Nov. 29, Michael Bork, 49, a target of the Northern Nevada Repeat Offender Program, was sentenced to 6-15 years to the Nevada State Prison.

Reno Police say Bork has criminal history spanning 18 years which includes 11 felony convictions.

Bork pleaded guilty earlier in the year to three charges stemming from Jun. 27, 2011. On that date, Reno Police say he stole a vehicle from the Ridge House, a half-way house for state prisoners being released back into the community. He drove the van to a convenience store at 500 block of Kietzke Lane in Reno at 4:30 a.m.. He then backed the van into the glass and metal front doors breaking them open. He went inside the store, took the cash register and then fled in the van. All of this was captured on video surveillance, and he was arrested a short time later by detectives.

The charges were Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle(Count 1), sentenced to 24-60 months, Burglary(Count 2), sentenced to 48-120 months to run consecutive to Count 1 and Grand Larceny, sentenced to 48-120 months to run concurrent to the other counts.

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