Alan T. New Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison

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[March 15, 2017]  On March 1, 2017, Associate Judge William Workman sentenced Alan New to 6 years to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Residential Burglary and 6 years to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Aggravated Battery.

On July 16, 2015, Lincoln Police investigated a report of residential burglary at the apartment complex located at 1000 N. College Street in Lincoln. The window to the victim’s apartment was broken and items were reported missing. Alan New, who was living in an apartment next door to the victim, was found with a cut on his hand. Items missing from the victim’s apartment were located in Alan New’s apartment. Alan New was arrested on the same date for residential burglary.

While incarcerated and awaiting trial on the charge of residential burglary, Alan New struck a Logan County Correctional Officer. Because this occurred while on pretrial detention, the two prison sentences must be served consecutively.

[Jonathan C. Wright
Logan County State’s Attorney
Logan County State’s Attorney’s Office]

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