MOUNT WASHINGTON - An employee who had city equipment in a storage building on his property could face seven years in prison.
A Bullitt Circuit jury recently found Daniel Lee Campanell, 31, guilty of receiving stolen property over $300 and of being a persistent felony offender.
The evidence was that Campanell took the city equipment and was going to sell the scrap metal for money.
During the two-day trial, the jury gave the defendant one year on the criminal charge but enhanced that to seven years for his previous felony convictions.
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