Bishop Man Pleads to Burglary Charges

A Bishop resident, arrested in February for burglary and other charges, has reached a plea agreement with the Mono County District Attorneys Office.


Officers said they found an estimated $25-30,000 worth of stolen property at the Bishop residence of 50-year-old Terry Bouch.

Officers with Mono County, Inyo County, and Bishop Police searched numerous sheds and storage lockers at or near Bouchs residence at Brockman and 395 in Bishop. Officers report that the search turned up property from more then a dozen reported burglaries in Mono County over the last several years. Items recovered included firearms, power tools, construction equipment, and home furnishings. Bouch is also reported to have stolen an ATV.

Mono District Attorney George Boothe reports that Bouch has pleaded to all counts in two cases, which include 27 counts of grand theft, burglary, commercial burglary, and petty theft along with one count of auto theft. Bouch now awaits sentencing.



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