UPDATE Dec. 17, 2019: Rainville pleaded guilty to several charges Tuesday, including two counts of entering a house to commit assault and battery, etc, one count of entering a structure to commit assault and battery, etc, according to court records.
He was sentenced to 13 years in prison with just three years and six months of active prison time on those charges.
Rainville also pleaded guilty to two counts of destruction of property and four counts of grand larceny, according to court records.
Other charges including petit larceny, breaking and entering, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and destruction of property were dropped.
GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) — A man accused of breaking into another person’s Gloucester County home twice was convicted of several charges in court this week.
Court records show Jared Rainville was found guilty of three counts of breaking and entering, two counts of destruction of property and four counts of grand larceny.
Rainville, 32, was arrested in February after deputies with the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on Guinea Road.
Rainville fled into the woods after deputies found he was still inside the home. Authorities were unable to locate Rainville in the initial search.
The 32-year-old was caught hours later after he broke into that same home a second time. The sheriff’s office said in February Rainville was connected to several other crimes within the county.
Court records show several other counts against Rainville were nolle prossed, or set aside: breaking and entering, two counts of destruction of property, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, petite larceny, destruction of evidence and failure to obey order of conservator of the peace.
Rainville’s sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 17.