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Accused burglar facing prison time

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Lawton, Okla._A man who admitted to burglarizing a northwest Lawton home could face seven years in prison.

According to an affidavit, 36-year-old Jeffrey Bondurant broke into a house on northwest Taylor Avenue last month and stole a 50-inch television.

Officers responded to an alarm call at the house, and noticed that a window had been busted open.

During an interrogation, Bondurant admitted to stealing the TV and told investigators he used a Radio-Flyer wagon hitched to a bicycle to wheel the television to his house.

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