WOODBURY — A Logan Township man was sentenced Friday, Nov. 21 to a series of four and five year terms In prison for a number of burglaries in three Gloucester County towns in 2012 and 2013.

In one burglary, King-Washington reportedly took a wedding ring that had belonged to the victim’s deceased mother.

The burglaries were in Harrison, Mantua and Woolwich townships.

Bryon King-Washington, 24, was sentenced to five-years in prison for violation of probation, since some of the burglaries happened while he was under supervision of the Superior Court’s Drug Court program, said authorities.

King-Washington must serve 2.5 years of the concurrent sentences before he is eligible for parole. He will receive varying amounts of jail credits for time served while awaiting prosecution, up to 639 days. He has been in jail in default of $35,000 bail.

King-Washington pleaded guilty to the burglary and theft charges on Aug. 11.