A Gloucester man who stole a gun while breaking into several cars in West Gloucester and Rockport, and a few boats at the Beacon Marine Basin will serve an additional two months in the Middleton Jail.
Tyler Feldman, 19, of 18 Blynman Ave., pleaded guilty to charges of stealing a firearm, multiple counts of nighttime breaking and entering, and receiving stolen property in Gloucester District Court.
Judge Joseph Jennings put Feldman on a two-year suspended sentence, with six months to be served. But he's already served 125 days at Middleton, court officials and the Essex County District Attorney's office confirmed Thursday.
Jennings also ordered Feldman to pay $600 in restitution, and placed him on two years probation after he's released.
Feldman also plead guilty to charges of shoplifting at the Family Dollar store and disorderly conduct.
The disorderly conduct charge came Oct. 13, when Gloucester Police arrested him at his residence on multiple counts of breaking and entering from three boats at the Beacon Marine Basis.
Officers at the time also recovered $400 of fishing equipment from the Beacon Marine Basin thefts.
Police reports state that Feldman then admitted to having a role in a number of thefts in early October from mostly unlocked cars in West Gloucester and Rockport, including taking a firearm from a locked vehicle with open windows in West Gloucester.
He admitted to selling the firearm and, according to police reports, the Ruger 357 has not been recovered.
Reports state that Feldman sold the firearm for $250, but said he wasn't paid for it before his arrest. Officers came to Feldman's residence three times before the arrest, looking for the firearm.
Monique Langley, 24, also of 18 Blynman Ave., also faced charges of receiving stolen property from the same car break-ins in court last week, but Jennings continued the charges against her without a finding for two years.
Langley admitted to sufficient facts regarding the charges. Jennings continued the charges without a finding for a year.
She was charged with receiving several stolen GPS units police found in her residence, and those items, reports indicate, also came from the break-ins.
Officers arrested her at her home last October on charges of breaking and entering and receiving stolen property.
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