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Former MSU student sentenced to 18-180 months for home invasions in Hubbard Hall

October 2, 2015
<p>Booking photo of Terry Sanchez Wallace, from the <a href="http://police.msu.edu/">MSU Police Department</a>. </p>

Booking photo of Terry Sanchez Wallace, from the MSU Police Department

Terry Sanchez Wallace, a former MSU student from Detroit, was sentenced to 18-180 months in prison for his part in a series of home invasions in Hubbard Hall February of 2014, according to an MSU police statement.

He was sentenced on Sept. 30 by 30th Circuit Court judge William E. Collette.

Police said the thefts of electronic equipment occurred between Feb. 12 and Feb. 27 of 2014. After an investigation, police were able to recover the stolen electronics and cash. 

His accomplice, Jeremy Christopher Ford, was sentenced in February 2015.

The two accomplices made entry into unlocked dorms early in the morning, stealing cash, computers and other electronics. Police were able to recover around $10,000 in cash and $10,000 worth of electronics, including Apple laptops, The State News reported earlier this year.

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