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Bryan McGehrin, of Eldersburg, was sentenced to 40 years of incarceration on April 10after violating his probation in three separate counts of armed robbery. <a href="http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/crime/ph-cc-mcgehrin-eldersburg-20170411-story.html" target="_blank">Full story here</a>.
Bryan McGehrin, of Eldersburg, was sentenced to 40 years of incarceration on April 10after violating his probation in three separate counts of armed robbery. Full story here.

Bryan McGehrin, of Eldersburg, was sentenced to 40 years of incarceration on Monday after violating his probation in three separate counts of armed robbery.

According to a news release from the Office of the State's Attorney for Carroll County, McGehrin was convicted of two counts of felony theft, one count of motor vehicle theft, and one count of conspiracy to commit motor vehicle theft while on probation for the armed robberies. These new offenses occurred on Sept. 20, 2016, when McGehrin stole a van and approximately $6,000 worth of power tools that were in it.

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During the violation of probation hearing, Senior Assistant State's Attorney Adam Wells asked that the court impose the maximum sentence allowed for the violation of probation, and the court agreed, according to the release.

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