Fremont Credit Union

A 22-year-old Muskegon man, already sentenced to prison for numerous Muskegon County business break-ins, has been sentenced for another in Newaygo County.

Eric Campbell

Eric Allen Campbell, 470 E. Larch, was sentenced last month to four to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to safebreaking and breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny. Newaygo County 27th Circuit Judge Anthony Monton also ordered Campbell to pay $12, 000 in restitution.

The sentence is to be served concurrently with prison terms from Muskegon and Ottawa counties, but consecutive to a term for violating parole on earlier burglary-related convictions.

The Newaygo County sentence was for a September 2007 nighttime break-in and attempt to enter a safe, badly damaging it, at a Fremont credit union on Stone Road.

In December, Campbell and his father, 44-year-old George Alan Campbell, were charged in numerous West Michigan break-ins following an investigation by a multi-agency task force. The older Campbell also was sentenced to prison last month on Muskegon County convictions.

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