A Springfield man who is facing more than 100 years in prison for alleged burglaries and other property crime is representing himself in court today.
Ramon Boyce, 33, is charged with 22 felony counts including 18 counts of burglary and three counts of receiving stolen property in Clark County Common Pleas Court. He is facing between six months and 110 years in prison if convicted.
Boyce was secretly indicted in July by a Clark County grand jury.
The indictment obtained by the Springfield News-Sun alleges that investigators have connected Boyce to more than 10 burglaries in Clark County. The indictment says the alleged crimes took place between August 2016 and June 2017.
Boyce’s trial is scheduled to start today in Clark County Common Pleas Court.
This isn’t the first time Boyce has been in trouble with the law. He was previously convicted of burglary charges in 2008 and served a prison sentence, according to records.