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Jackson man's sentence for burglary postponed until next month
A Jackson man was supposed to be sentenced Monday on 13 burglary charges but that won't happen until next month.
William Artadi, 20, one of three Jackson men charged in the rash of burglaries that took place in Jackson and Cape Girardeau during a nine-month period, will now be sentenced Jan. 22 following a continuance that was granted at the defendant's request.
The case caused nearly 40 criminal counts to be filed against Artadi and his co-defendants Aaron Denson, 21, and Jacob Colyott, 20. Artadi saw seven of his charges dismissed by way of a plea bargain that could result in just probation.