MURRIETA (CNS) - A convicted felon accused of breaking into wineries, golf resorts and other businesses in the Temecula Valley over a two-month span was charged today with multiple counts of burglary.Tyler James Goulet, 32, of Temecula was arrested Saturday following a Riverside County Sheriff's Department investigation that began in June.Along with 10 counts of felony burglary, Goulet is charged with vandalism and a sentence-enhancing allegation of using planning or sophistication to commit a felony.Another Temecula man, 36-year-old Perry Walter, is suspected of conspiring in the burglaries, but his whereabouts remain unknown.Goulet pleaded not guilty during an arraignment Wednesday afternoon before Superior Court Judge Elaine Kiefer, who scheduled a felony settleme
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