- Associated Press - Thursday, November 17, 2016

LOS ANGELES (AP) - A member of a ring that burglarized the homes of Lindsey Lohan and other celebrities has been sentenced to community service in a separate stalking case.

Nicholas Prugo pleaded guilty in September to one misdemeanor count of stalking. Prosecutors said Prugo and an accomplice targeted Dawn Daluise, a once-prominent Los Angeles skin-care specialist.

Prugo was sentenced Thursday to 350 hours of community service and three years of probation. His accomplice, Edward Feinstein, who pleaded no contest to the same charge, received an identical sentence.

A jury acquitted Daluise last year of attempting to have a business rival killed.

Prugo spent a year in prison for being part of the so-called Bling Ring burglary crew accused of stealing jewelry and designer apparel from the homes of celebrities.

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