Henderson was arrested in February for breaking into a home. He was also involved in a break-in of a shed housing a mower and other equipment at a church on June 10 of this year. He then attempted to sell the mower at a pawn shop.
Henderson’s sentence was lengthened because of his habitual felon status. He was
previously convicted in September 2000 for possession of stolen goods in Catawba County, breaking and entering in Catawba County in September 2005 and breaking and entering in Alexander County in May 2011.