Man to plead guilty in vehicle break-ins
October 14, 2011
A Nevada State Prison inmate is set to plead guilty to possessing stolen property for vehicle break-ins which occurred two months before he was sent to prison for battery on a 2-year-old boy.
Anthony Marcyes, 20, waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday and is to appear in district court on Oct. 31 where he is to plead guilty to possession of stolen property.
In exchange for his plea, he is to serve the minimum sentence concurrent to the five years he is serving for attempted child abuse or neglect.
According to reports, Marcyes accompanied Corey Madieros and Erik Lischinsky on March 13 in car break-ins on James Road.
Marcyes denied breaking into the vehicles, but said he took credit cards, a global positioning system, power cord, video game and other items which were recovered at his residence.
Lischinsky and Madieros are serving jail sentences.
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On May 23, Marcyes was sentenced to prison for slapping the toddler with such force he left a handprint on the child’s face.
He must serve 14 months in prison before he is eligible for parole.
He is incarcerated at the Warm Springs Correctional Center in Carson City.