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Man Accused Of Breaking In Washex Property Sentenced

A man police say broke into the Washex property on Central Freeway was sentenced today.

In a promise plea hearing, Oliver David Mooney was sentenced to four years in prison. He was charged with criminal mischief and burglary of a building.

Wichita Falls Police say an officer was doing routing checks at the Washex property on Central Freeway when he saw a suspicious vehicle and also heard noises coming from the building.

Wichita County Sheriff's Deputies joined officers to search the area and say they found Mooney, with two other men, with money in the building.

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