CRESTVIEW — A Hub City man faces sentencing on July 31 following conviction associated with a 2011 burglary.
Michael McCallum, convicted of burglary of a dwelling and grand theft after a jury trial, qualifies as a habitual felony offender for a maximum 40-year prison sentence, William Eddins, the First Judicial Circuit state attorney, announced.
Charges arose from a Nov. 27, 2011 incident on Old Bethel Road. Victims left their home for approximately an hour, came home and discovered a broken front window. A television, clothing and jewelry were taken. The defendant’s prints were on the outside and inside of the broken window, investigators said.