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Third man sentenced in Hattiesburg FBI car break-in case

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

A third man has been sentenced in a plot to break into FBI vehicles in Hattiesburg.

Christopher Ryan Burkett, 19, of Hattiesburg was sentenced to three years supervised release after pleading guilty to breaking into an FBI agent's car and stealing weapons and ammunition.

Another man, Eddie Golar, pleaded guilty in October of 2012 and was sentenced to 46 months.

The third, Cameron Eatmon, was sentenced in 2013 to 40 years for his part in the crime in addition to kidnapping, rape and aggravated assault.

Judge Starret said one condition of the sentencing for Burkett was that he earn a high-school diploma. Burkett was once a student at Oak Grove High School.

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