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29-YEAR-OLD NICHOLAS BEUS, OF FELTON,  WAS SENTENCED TO 18

YEARS IN PRISON ON FRIDAY.      BEUS,  A CAREER CRIMINAL WAS

SENTENCED ON MULTIPLE CHARGES,  INCLUDING FIRST AND SECOND

DEGREE RESIDENTIAL BURGLARYGRAND THEFT, EVADING AN OFFICER

AND BEING A THREE STRIKES OFFENDER.      HE ALSO LED POLICE ON

MULTIPLE HIGH SPEED CHASES USING STOLEN VEHICLES AND ALSO

HAD OTHER PRIOR FELONY VIOLATIONS.     BEUS WAS FACING FOUR

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS TO LIFE  SENTENCES.    SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE ARIADNE SYMONS SENTENCED BEUS.     HE IS

EXPECTED TO SERVE 85% OF HIS TIME BECAUSE OF HIS CRIMINAL PAST.

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