From the Harford County State’s Attorney’s Office:
On September 2, 2010, Anthony Keith Page, 34, of Edgewood, Maryland, received 24 years to serve in the Maryland Division of Corrections on two counts of felony theft. Page was convicted by a Jury on June 16, 2010.
The charges stem from the possession of recently stolen tools and equipment belonging to two separate victims on two separate occasions in the year 2008. The victims reported their property being taken from their garage and vehicle approximately 3 weeks before a search and seizure warrant was executed in September of 2008, at the home of the defendant, on Sequoia Drive in Edgewood, where the property was recovered.
At the time of sentencing the defendant has just finished serving a prison sentence for an unrelated theft crime. On August 19, 2010 Page was released from The Maryland Division of Corrections to the custody of the Harford County Detention Center where he was held until sentencing.
Citing the defendant’s 16 year criminal history of repeated convictions for burglary and theft related crimes, sentencing Judge Stephen M. Waldron imposed a total of 30 years, ordering the defendant to serve the first 24 years in prison and upon release serve 5 years supervised probation with an additional 6 years suspended, to be imposed if the defendant violates the terms of his probation.
While on probation the defendant was also ordered by the Court to pay a total of $3,799.00 restitution to the victims and to also pay $5,333.00 in Court Costs.