Glendora man gets more than three decades in prison for crime spree

A Glendora man convicted of a laundry list of crimes, ranging from attempted murder and home-invasion robbery to identity theft and auto theft, received a sentence of more than three decades in state prison on Thursday, authorities said.

Clayton Rube Duran, 26, was sentenced to 33 years to life behind bars in the Pomona branch of Los Angeles County Superior Court, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Ricardo Santiago said.

A Pomona jury convicted him July 12 of 13 criminal counts: three counts of burglary with a person present, attempted murder, residential robbery, grant theft auto, grand theft, identity theft, forgery related to identity theft, assault with a firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon and petty theft, district attorney’s office spokeswoman Sarah Ardalani said at the time.

The jury also found true a special allegation that Addleman personally used a gun in

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