A York man convicted in a 2006 burglary case has been sent back to prison after losing his probation.
Christopher Marsh, 24, was placed on probation after pleading no contest to aiding and abetting a felony. Police say he broke into a pharmacy to steal drugs.
Prosecutors say that since his original sentencing Marsh has been in trouble with the law several times and has violated the terms of his probation.
On Monday Marsh's attorney, Nancy Waldron, said he has "messed up over and over."
But Waldron asked the court to give Marsh a short sentence with the hope that Marsh could get help for his alcohol and drug problems.
Judge Alan Gless did not go for a short sentence and instead gave Marsh 10 to 20 years behind bars.