Bradley Creech and Tanner Kincade
Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center
(Aurora, Ind.) - Two men who burglarized an Aurora barber shop have been sentenced to home incarceration and probation.
Tanner Kincade, 21, and Bradley Creech, 19, reached agreements with Dearborn County prosecutors to plea guilty to a charge of Burglary (Class C felony). Charges of Theft and Attempted Theft were dismissed.
They broke into Ted’s Barber Shop on George Street last September and took a register containing cash. The register was later found in nearby Hogan Creek. One of the men’s mothers turned them in to police.
Creech was sentenced April 22 to eight years, with six of those years on probation. The remaining two years will be under home incarceration with Southeast Regional Community Corrections, minus credit for time already served in jail. Judge James Humphrey also ordered that Creech submit three work applications each week until he is gainfully employed.
On April 4, Kincade received a sentence of eight years with six years suspended to probation. Because he was rejected by Southeast Regional Community Corrections for home incarceration, Kincade will serve the remaining two years with the Indiana Department of Corrections.
In addition to their time, the burglary will cost the perps their money. Creech and Kincaid must each pay $837 in restitution to Ted’s Barber Shop.