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A Marion man was sentenced to four years in state prison for burglary, according to a news release from Williamson County State's Attorney Brandon Zanotti.

Duncan T. Jornlin, 23, pleaded guilty to burglary, a class 2 felony, on Monday.

The release states that on March 27, the Marion Police Department was notified of a possible burglary on Third Street. After an inventory of missing items was taken, an officer was able to obtain video surveillance from a neighbor’s security camera, which gave a description of the suspect.

Later that day, the release says, Jornlin was found to be in a local pawn shop attempting to sell the items that matched the description of those taken from the burglary. Jornlin was charged the following day.

Jornlin has a criminal history including a prior conviction for theft.

— The Southern

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