SPOKANE-- A prolific Spokane criminal was sentenced Friday to 36 months in prison for burglary charges.
Nicholas Limpert, was sentenced to 36 months in prison and 36 months of drug rehab for burglary charges.
Limbert was one of three people arrested in April for residential burglary. He has been arrested around 70 times.
Police said on in April they followed Limpert, Matthew Dobson, and Nicole Phillips to around a dozen locations. After police had enough evidence to charge them with burglary they moved in for the arrest.
Officers found the trio was storing stolen loot at a South Hill home where Dobson was staying. Officers say the suspects fought with them. Both sides suffered minor injuries.
Limpert is no stranger to the system. He served six years for a conviction as a juvenile. KREM 2 News spoke with Limpert in 2007, and he promised to be a better man for his then infant son. "I just think every day what I should have done, what I could have done to keep myself from getting into trouble and everything I could have done to do it over, to do it differently." In 2000 he killed a mentally disabled janitor during a robbery.