Two elementary school thieves sentenced in Bakersfield
Both suspects will spend 3 months behind bars
Last Updated: 337 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Two thieves who broke into a local elementary school learned just how long they will spend in jail.
Limmie Johnson and Christina Youngblood were sentenced to three months behind bars.
They will also be on probation for three years.
They both took a plea deal on burglary charges after they were arrested in November at Munsey Elementary in Southwest Bakersfield.
BPD said campus security officers caught them removing computer equipment inside a classroom after they set off a burglary alarm.
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