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Voicemail gets teen convicted of theft
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A voicemail will cost a teen several months in jail after it tied him to a home break-in.The burglar, Richard Wayne Norrod, 19, entered guilty pleas before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to charges of aggravated burglary, theft, and promoting the manufacture of meth. He was ordered to serve 92 days of a three-year sentence, perform 48 hours public service work, and pay $2,000 plus costs. He was also directed to maintain full-time employment as terms of his probation.Norrod was charged several hours after a burglary when McMinnville police officer Corey Floyd saw him pulling into a driveway where a burglary had happened about six hours before.