Jock Bo Riley, 30, 270 Franklin 44, Russellville, pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and second-degree receiving stolen property on Nov. 30, 2011, and received a 10-year sentence split with a year to serve. According to Franklin County District Attorney Joey Rushing, Riley was given an opportunity to go to a long-term rehab program before he was sentenced for those charges.
The charges Riley originally received stemmed from 2011 incident where a string of criminal activity ultimately led to his arrest by two different agencies. Riley is accused of entering an occupied residence on East Avenue in Russellville during the early morning hours of Feb. 2, 2011. After Riley was confronted by the residents, officials said he demanded money and made a gesture to suggest he was armed. Reports indicate Riley fled the scene a few moments later without obtaining any money or property from the residence.
Riley was caught several blocks from the scene of the incident by night shift officers and was later identified by the residents as the man who had entered their home demanding money, officials said. According to reports, Riley was also found in possession of 2002 Chevrolet Corvette that had been reported stolen from Florence several days earlier and was turned over to the Florence Police Department before being returned to Franklin County. After he serves his Community Corrections sentence, Rushing said Riley will also receive five years probation.
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