Buchanan County, VA man sentenced on burglary charges

The judge sentenced B.J. Keen to 60 years in prison. The sentence was suspended on the condition that keen spend 15 years in prison and 15 years after that on supervised probation.

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BUCHANAN COUNTY, Va. (WYMT/WJHL) - A Buchanan County, Virginia man will spend more than a dozen years behind bars for his role in a string of home burglaries.

The judge sentenced B.J. Keen to 60 years in prison. The sentence was suspended on the condition that keen spend 15 years in prison and 15 years after that on supervised probation.

Keen was convicted on charges of breaking and entering into three homes as well as stealing guns, televisions and tools with the intent to sell the items.


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