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Instead of serving 45 years in prison on a murder charge, Jose Quiroz gets 10-year sentence for burglary and could be out of prison by October or sooner


Posted at 11:25 a.m.

Police are asking for help finding a man accused of stealing tools from an Elkhart Menards store

Tori Fater

Posted at 1:46 p.m.

Quiroz had his conviction changed from felony murder to burglary and could be released by October or earlier

Posted 1 hour ago
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