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An Orient man on Tuesday was sentenced to serve five years in state prison on a Class 2 burglary charge.

According to a news release from Williamson County State's Attorney Brandon Zanotti, Kyle Kalaher, 24, pleaded guilty to the burglary charge.

Zanotti said Energy police responded on Feb. 18 to a report from Rides Plus Call Center of a burglary and theft of a motorcycle. Herrin, Marion and Johnston City police departments assisted in finding the motorcycle and arrested Kalaher, who had an active warrant out of Franklin County at the time on a burglary charge.

Kalaher also had prior convictions in Franklin County for burglary and fleeing or eluding a police officer.

After his five-year prison term, Kalaher will serve two years of mandatory supervised release.

— The Southern

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