Man restrained with thumb cuffs sentenced to jail

A Muskegon County man who authorities said used a pair of thumb cuffs to restrain himself to his parents' staircase as part of an effort to fake a break-in has been sentenced.
AP Wire
Nov 22, 2011

 

Shaine Wallace, 35, was sentenced Monday to 102 days in jail, with credit for time served, and 18 months of probation. He pleaded no contest to a larceny in a building, larceny of a firearm and filing a false report of a felony.

Wallace was found Aug. 8 in Muskegon County’s Laketon Township by his parents after they returned early from vacation. He initially told investigators he was attacked by thieves, who ransacked the house and cuffed his fingers.

Rescuers had to remove the cuffs, which are sold at novelty stores.

 

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