Man convicted in thefts, explosive case going to prison

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SALT LAKE CITY -- After nearly two years of probation, a Layton man convicted on theft and explosive charges is going to prison.

According to the Deseret News, a judge ruled this week that Curtis Beeman has not followed the terms of his parole since he failed to pay restitution to the victims of his thefts.

He will now have to serve the prison sentence that was suspended when the probation order was issued. He faces up to five years behind bars.

Beeman was arrested in 2007 and charged with breaking into multiple storage lockers in Layton, including one with explosive devices inside.

He later pleaded guilty to reduced charges.

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