Parker Seeman pleads guilty
February 7, 2017
The criminal court proceedings for Parker Seemann of Winter Park have come to a close.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, Seemann, 22, accepted a plea agreement and pleaded guilty to one count of Criminal Attempt to Commit Second Degree Burglary. Seemann was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections with credit for 27-days already served. He must also pay $403.50 in assessed fines and court costs.
Under the terms of the agreement all but one of the charges Seemann was facing were dismissed. Prior to the agreement Seemann faced a total of 13 different charges related to his recent arrest. Seemann's movement through the legal system in Grand County occurred in relatively quick fashion. Officers from the Fraser/Winter Park Police Department arrested Seemann on Jan. 4.
Officers initially contacted Seemann after they witnessed his vehicle driving without lights on during the early morning hours of Jan. 4, in the vicinity of a recently triggered business alarm. Officers stopped Seemann's vehicle and discovered evidence both in his vehicle and on his person that connected him to two break-ins that occurred in the Fraser Valley on Jan. 4.
At the time of his arrest Seemann was under probation for a pair of unrelated cases in 2014 and 2015. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to two years in the Department of Corrections to be served concurrently, at the same time as, the 4 1/2 years he will serve related to the Fraser Valley break-ins.
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