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Antigo man gets another prison term for burglary


RHINELANDER (WAOW) - A Langlade County man already serving a five-year prison sentence for burglary in Langlade County got another prison sentence Thursday to be served with it.

Cody Christjohn, 21, of Antigo was convicted of felony burglary in Oneida County and was sentenced to three years in prison with five years of extended supervision. Circuit Judge Patrick O'Melia ordered that the sentence be served at the same time as the Langlade County punishment ordered in June 2012, according to online court records.

Christjohn admitted to breaking into two bars in Oneida County on December 28, 2011, court documents said. Authorities say Christjohn broke into Wayne's World in the Town of Schoepke and stole money from an ATM machine and he told officers he stole money from Boondock's in Monico.

Christjohn's sentence also includes paying $2,347 in restitution, court records said.

Christjohn was convicted of three counts of burglary in Langlade County and ordered to pay about $16,000 in restitution, court records said.

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