Crozet Man Pleads Guilty to Breaking and Entering, Grand Larceny
A Crozet man appeared in court Tuesday after facing charges for a string of burglaries.
Caleb Limbaugh Rowe, 34, pleaded guilty to two counts of breaking and entering and two counts of grand larceny. Rowe was charged after he broke into four homes near Crozet last summer.
His sentencing is set for April 9. He will be held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail until then. Rowe faces a maximum sentence of 80 years in jail.
Victims Ethel and Fred Gibson say a jail sentence can't replace what Rowe took from them. The gold locket necklace Gibson gave his wife 51 years ago is still missing. He gave his wife a similar necklace, but the couple still hopes to find the original.