Aaron Dillion Corbin, 20, of Orange, was sentenced in Louisa County Circuit Court Sept. 16 for his participation in the breaking and entering of a Louisa resident’s home.
Debbie Corbin, the defendant’s mother, testified that her son told her that he wished he had not gone that day with co-defendant Robert Nathen Jordan, 32, of Charlottesville.
According to authorities, Jordan had previously performed plumbing work at the victim’s home.
Jordan and Corbin broke into the residence on May 1, 2012, and stole numerous guns. Both men were arrested by the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 9 for breaking and entering.
Defense attorney Thomas Purcell told the court that Corbin manifested symptoms of a learning disability. As he had no previous record, Purcell asked the court for no active jail time.
To read the entire story, see the Sept. 19 edition of The Central Virginian.