Two Washington men who played a role in a five month crime spree have been sentenced. Yesterday, 21-year-old Travis Alan Peterson and 19-year-old Michael Patrick Mueller were given prison terms not to exceed 10 years for their participation in crimes committed between September 2012 and February 2013.
During that time, Peterson, Mueller and others vandalized several vehicles, pushing one into a quarry, leaving another to burn on a bridge after lighting the tires on fire, and smashing another with a semi in Johnson County.
Both previously pled guilty to five felonies relating to theft and criminal mischief.
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