Harold Wilson Jr., 24, was sentenced to 24 months in the state program and ordered to pay any restitution for the charges of Burglary and theft.
He was evaluated for the program after being transported to the state correctional institution in Camp Hill, and it was determined in August that he was qualified.
The balance of the 24 months consists of supervised reintegration into the community, which involves DOC staff monitoring their progress in the community and some additional services or treatment, based upon their individual needs and progress.
If he is unsuccessful in the program, an alternate plea exists that calls for 18 to 36 months of imprisonment in a state correctional institution.
Wilson was also sentenced in the other five cases, to 12 months’ probation concurrent with the state program for charges of misdemeanor simple assault and two counts each of misdemeanor theft, retail theft charges and summary driving on a suspended license.