Roy Daniel Scott, 29, of Ramona, has been sentenced to one year in county jail after pleading guilty to commercial and vehicular burglary. He received credits of 101 days already spent in jail, and the sheriff’s department says his projected release is Sept. 13.
El Cajon Superior Court Judge Charles Ervin ordered Scott to pay $9,282.22 in restitution to the victims. He was placed on five years probation and fined.
Deputy District Attorney Genaro Ramirez said Scott pleaded guilty in April to commercial burglary on Feb. 5 of a San Diego County publics work station. Scott also pleaded guilty to burglarizing a vehicle and to commercial burglary of a mobile home in Ramona.
Scott was arrested at 2 a.m. on Feb. 6 by sheriff’s deputies in Ramona after a deputy heard glass breaking at Fifth and Main streets. A deputy arrested Scott in the 600 block of Main Street as Scott was seen dumping stolen property.
Detectives went to Scott’s room at a sober living house in Ramona and recovered other items that had been stolen.
Scott is serving his sentence at the South Bay Detention Facility in Chula Vista.