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City man sentenced for BMV crash

November 26, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A man who crashed a vehicle into the Columbia City branch of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles will serve two years behind bars for his crimes.

Danny C. Rose, Jr., 20, was sentenced to three years, with two to serve at the Whitley County Jail, for auto theft, a Class D felony. He was also given a two-year concurrent sentence for resisting law enforcement.

Rose was sentenced to 60 days for battery resulting in bodily injury, which will be served consecutively to the previous two charges.

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