An Arnold man will spend a decade in jail following a string of crime.
Devin M. Hochthurn, 24, has been sentenced to 10 years for burglary charges and a probation violation, according to court records.
In April 2011, Hochthurn, along with with Aaron Bogue, 22, of Imperial, burglarized two Imperial homes–one in the 3500 block of Arrow Ridge and another in the 2900 block of Silverfern Court–while someone was inside each of the homes, the report said.
Hochthurn pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced on May 30, 2012, to 10 years, but the sentence was suspended and he received five years’ probation.
He violated the probation and on Aug. 24, 2013, Jefferson County Div. 3 Circuit Judge Nathan B. Stewart sentenced him to the 10 years.
Early release is a possibility if he successfully completes a 120-day treatment program, according to the report.
Hochthurn has alsp been charged with felony drug possession associated with a June 27 incident in St. Louis; as well as a misdemeanor drug possession stemming from a May 25 incident in Rolla.
Both cases are pending.