Kevin Scott Burchardt, 34, of Amherst County, pleaded guilty in October to 15 felony charges stemming from break-ins and an armed robbery he committed on Fluvanna residents from November 24 through December 27, 2012, said Fluvanna County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeff Haislip.

The 43 years Burchardt will be serving in prison is on top of 34 years he amassed from crimes he committed during what investigators called a crime spree that spanned 19 cities.

“He lived with his mother and step-father in Amherst and worked as a DJ (disc jockey) and Christian youth leader in Lynchburg,” Haislip said.

Burkhardt was sentenced on 10 counts of breaking and entering, one of robbery, two of abduction, one for using a firearm in the commission of a robbery and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. His previous felony was for embezzlement in Roanoke, Haislip said.

The abduction charges stemmed from one case in which a couple came home to find Burchardt’s Jeep in their driveway. The trunk was open, and Burchardt walked out with a silver gun in one hand and a black duffel bag in the other, Haislip said.

“He told them he’d kill them if they didn’t cooperate,” Haislip said. “He then locked them in a shed on their property.”

Lt. David Wells investigated the crimes. He said 10 Fluvanna homes were broken into.

Burchardt sometimes telephoned a house or stopped by on a pretense to determine if the homeowners were gone. He then got inside by breaking down the door or forcing a window open.

Burchardt was arrested in December 2012 and held without bond at the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange County.

Haislip said according to Virginia Law, Burchardt will serve a minimum of 85 percent of his sentence.

“Three victims provided victim impact statements and I quoted those when arguing sentence,” Haislip. “The judge ordered restitution in the amount of $24,571.86.”

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