Redding man pleads guilty in string of burglaries, faces 25 years in prison
A Redding man faces 25 years in state prison for a string of residential burglaries in the Redding Area.
In court Friday morning Jeremy Binion, 33, pleaded guilty to four residential burglaries and admitted a prior serious felony and strike enhancement.
Binion had been charged with eight residential burglaries, an attempted residential burglary and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The charges stem from a string of burglaries in Redding and Shasta County during February of 2012. During some of the burglaries, prosecutors said Binion and two women would knock on the door to determine if someone was home, then Binion would kick in the door after determining no one was home.
Prosecutors said they primarily stole jewelry, money, electronics and other valuables. One of the women reportedly sold portions of the jewelry to a local jewelry exchange businesses in Redding. Some of that property was recovered for the victims.
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