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P. v. Garcia
Jessy Garcia (defendant) appeals from the judgment entered following his conviction by jury of one count of second degree burglary of a vehicle (Pen. Code,
§ 459).[1] Defendant admitted the truth of an allegation under section 667.5,
subdivision (b) that he suffered a 2009 conviction for a violation of section 69, resisting an executive officer.
The trial court sentenced defendant to the midterm of two years plus a consecutive year for the prior conviction allegation, to be served in county jail. The trial court granted defendant 167 days of actual credit and 167 days of conduct credits. The court ordered victim restitution in the sum of $180.

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