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Minnesota man who tried pawning stolen $15,000 violin given prison sentence

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A man who tried pawning a stolen 19th-Century violin at a Woodbury store was sentenced to prison this month in Washington County.

David Joseph Brose, 36, received a 26-month prison sentence Aug. 11 from Washington County District Court Judge Gregory Galler. Under Minnesota law, Brose must serve two-thirds of the sentence in prison and one-third on supervised release.

Brose was convicted in June after pleading guilty to one count of receiving stolen property, a felony.

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Michael Longaecker
Mike Longaecker is editor of the Woodbury Bulletin. His coverage includes local crime, legislative activity and prep sports. You can follow him on Twitter at @Longaecker
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