Salisbury man gets more than five years prison as habitual felon
Justin Taylor Moss of Salisbury was convicted this week in Rowan County Criminal Superior Court of two counts of felony attempted second degree burglary and two counts of felony larceny after breaking and/or entering, according to a press release from Rowan County District Attorney Brandy Cook. Moss admitted his status as a habitual felon and Judge Anna Mills Wagoner sentenced him to a minimum of 67 months to a maximum of 93 months in prison.
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