CRESTVIEW — Michael Alan McCallum has been sentenced to 30 years prison and classified as a habitual felony offender, William Eddins, the First Judicial Circuit’s state attorney, announced.


CRESTVIEW — Michael Alan McCallum has been sentenced to 30 years prison and classified as a habitual felony offender, William Eddins, the First Judicial Circuit’s state attorney, announced.



McCallum was convicted on June 17 after a jury trial on the charges of burglary of a dwelling and grand theft. The charges arose from a Nov. 27, 2011 Crestview home burglary. McCallum was under community control at the time of the burglary, having committed previous burglaries, thefts and dealing in stolen property.



The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Department investigated the case. Assistant State Attorney Kimberly Torres was responsible for the prosecution. Judge Michael Flowers of the First Judicial Circuit Court imposed the sentence.