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Crime spree suspect sentenced in Salem

A man accused of a crime spree in Washington and Oregon that ended when he was wounded by a Marion County sheriff's deputy was sentenced Monday in Salem to five years in prison.

The Associated Press

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SALEM, Ore. —

A man accused of a crime spree in Washington and Oregon that ended when he was wounded by a Marion County sheriff's deputy was sentenced Monday in Salem to five years in prison.

Michael Ken Wylie pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors to unauthorized use of a weapon.

The Statesman Journal reports ( http://is.gd/s5GzJW) the 48-year-old likely faces more charges.

He's suspected of a home invasion robbery April 23 in Edmonds, Wash. He was driving a stolen car that crashed April 26 in Tigard. He ran away but was later found by Marion County deputies passed out behind the wheel of a stolen car near Turner.

Wylie was wounded in the leg when he brandished a gun.

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Information from: Statesman Journal, http://www.statesmanjournal.com

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