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As expected, a Louisville man caught breaking into a Cochran Hill Road home last March was sentenced to 20 years Thursday after being found guilty by a Spencer County jury.
James R. Seabolt, 36, of Louisville, was found guilty of second-degree complicity to burglary and of being a first-degree persistent felony offender.
According to court records, the jury recommended 10 years enhanced to 20 years because Seabolt was a persistent felony offender.
The sentence imposed by Judge Charles Hickman was consistent with the jury’s recommendation.
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