A Spartanburg man received a 15-year prison sentence Wednesday for a series of property crimes. 

Michael Crowe, 27, pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree burglary, two counts of petty larceny and breaking into a motor vehicle, the 7th Circuit Solicitor's Office said in a statement.

Circuit Court Judge Keith Kelly issued the sentence. 

The crimes began in May 2017 when Crowe and another person broke into a Flatwood Road residence and stole a computer, camera, luggage and other personal items. The break-ins continued through the first week of June with property being stolen from multiple homes and cars.

Crowe attempted a burglary of weapons at a Cannons Campground Road home on June 8 while wearing a bullet-proof vest. The homeowner interrupted the break-in and Crowe fled with another person. He was arrested a few days later. 

Victim identification helped Spartanburg County sheriff’s deputies identify Crowe as their suspect, according to the Solicitor's Office. Some of the stolen property was recovered during a traffic stop that occurred June 9.

Crowe said in court that his addiction to methamphetamine fueled his series of crimes, according to the Solicitor's Office.