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Man pleads guilty to crime

LAWTON, Okla._ A man is charged with breaking into another man's house and holding him captive during a burglary pleaded guilty to the crimes Friday.

Duffy Ahaitty broke into the victim's house, and kept him there for five hours, threatening to kill him, while ransacking his home. Police were alerted to the crime by a neighbor, and Ahaitty tried to escape when they arrived. He pointed a gun at the officers, and they shot him in the chest.

As a result of Friday's guilty plea, the judge ordered Ahaitty to serve 12-and-a-half years behind bars.

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