One of two brothers suspected in a series of Spokane County burglaries has been sentenced to nine years in prison.
Donald G. Myhren, 30, pleaded guilty to residential burglary for a break-in last year and was sentenced this week to 108 months. He still faces additional robbery and burglary charges for break-ins into homes this spring, along with his brother, Dustin J. Myhren, 26.
The men were out of jail awaiting trial for last year’s case when detectives arrested them for the new burglaries in April. Some of the alleged victims were threatened at gunpoint when they confronted the burglars, police say.
They’ve both been jailed on $250,000 bond ever since and are scheduled to begin trial July 16 for the latest burglaries, some of which included the theft of sports cards.
Donald Myhren resolved last year’s case Monday in Spokane County Superior Court; Dustin Myhren’s still is pending.
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