By BRENDAN KIRBY
A Hagerstown man was given two suspended six-year prison sentences for burglary and battery charges on Tuesday, according to Washington County Circuit Court records.
Gary Wayne Magaha Jr., 26, pleaded guilty last October to third-degree burglary and battery.
Judge Frederick C. Wright III gave Magaha two years supervised probation followed by two years of unsupervised probation, court documents show.
In addition, Magaha, of 757 Guilford Ave., was ordered to report to the Washington County Health Department for an evaluation and follow all recommendations for treatment, according to court records. He also was ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.