For Immediate Release - November 27, 2013

Jonathon R. Thomson Guilty Plea

    District Attorney Michael O'Keefe announced today that on November 15, 2013, Jonathon R. Thomson (DOB: 07/27/1988) pleaded guilty in Barnstable Superior Court to four counts of Breaking and Entering into a Dwelling in the Daytime with the Intent to Commit a Felony and three counts of Larceny of Property over Two Hundred Fifty Dollars.   Judge Robert C. Rufo sentenced Mr. Thomson to State Prison for three to four years committed on three of the of Breaking and Entering charges, and five years probation from and after the committed State Prison sentence on the remaining Breaking and Entering charge and the Larceny of Property over Two Hundred Fifty Dollars charges.  During probation, Mr. Thomson will be required to pay restitution, submit to drug and alcohol counseling, remain drug and alcohol free, submit to random drug and alcohol screens and maintain employment.  A restitution hearing is pending.    

The incidents that resulted in the above-described charges occurred in and about October 2011 through May of 2012 in Falmouth, Massachusetts, and Sandwich, Massachusetts.  Within said dates, Mr. Thomson broke and entered into four separate unoccupied residences during the day time causing property damage.  Mr. Thomson stole jewelry and other valuable from three of the residences.  In total, Mr. Thomson is responsible for approximately Forty-Four Thousand Dollars in property losses.    

The case was investigated by the Falmouth Police Department, the Sandwich Police Department, the Barnstable Police Department and the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office.  The case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Edward F.X. Lynch.