BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Two young suspects could be close to 100 years old by the time they get out of prison, if they're convicted in a burglary spree.
Twenty-year-old Sean Guthrie and 19-year-old Joseph Harden faced arraignment Wednesday morning on charges they committed a string of daytime home break-ins in Orchard Park, Holland, Marilla, Wales, Concord and Boston this past spring, between May and June.
Both Guthrie and Harden are charged with four counts of second degree burglary and two counts of fourth degree conspiracy. Guthrie is also charged with tampering with physical evidence, and Harden is also charged with second degree attempted burglary.
If convicted, Guthrie faces up to 72 years in prison and Harden could face 75 years behind bars.
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