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Cantrell sentenced to six years after guilty plea in burglary
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William Andrew "Andy" Cantrell, 45 was given a six-year sentence in DeKalb county Criminal Court last week after entering a guilty plea to aggravated burglary. He must serve at least 35 percent of the sentence before he will be eligible for release. Judge David Patterson presided.Cantrell was charged with breaking into an outbuilding, two vehicles, a church, and two homes on Big Woods Road in 2012.According to Sheriff Patrick Ray, Cantrell took a .22 caliber target pistol, a four-wheeler, broke into two vehicles during the spree.Authorities said he also broke into the Old Fashion Free Will Baptist Church on Blue Springs Road and stole a laptop computer, two wireless keyboards and a projector.After his November 2012 arrest, Cantrell was reportedly found with a small plastic container with a powdery substance believed to be methamphetamine.In other cases, Rhonda Murphy, 31, pled guilty to one count of aggravated burglary, receiving a three-year sentence, all suspended to probation.