A career criminal is being locked up for ten years for a burglary in the Town of Colesville in November of 2018. 

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The Broome County District Attorney says 38-year-old Charles Galusha of Binghamton was sentenced July 7 after being found guilty in January of felony burglary in the Colesville Road break-in where a shotgun and silver coins were taken.

District Attorney Michael Korchak says Galusha has a violent criminal history, warranting the ten-year sentence.

Galusha has had eighteen arrests in New York State dating back to September of 1999 according to the DA’s office.

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