A Sandy veterinarian, currently serving a 60-day sentence for break-ing into an Alta animal clinic, will serve an additional 180 days in jail for a similar incident in Ogden.

Last week, 2nd District Judge Michael Lyon sentenced Kim Calvin Hazen, 41, to two concurrent zero-to-five prison terms at the Utah State Prison. Lyon, however, suspended the sentences and instead ordered Hazen to serve 180 days at the Weber County Jail.Hazen had pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary, a third-degree felony, and in exchange for the plea, prosecutors dropped one count of theft, a third-degree felony, and one count of criminal mischief, a class A misdemeanor.

In May, Hazen was sentenced to 355 days in jail after pleading guilty to attempted burglary of a building, a class A misdemeanor, in connection with an April break-in at an Alta veterinary hospital. All but 60 days of the sentence were suspended.

And earlier this month, Hazen was charged with burglary, a third-degree felony, and theft, a class B misdemeanor, for a March break-in at a West Jordan animal hospital. A preliminary hearing for that case is scheduled in September.

The Ogden charges stemmed from two similar incidents in May in which Hazen broke into animal clinics and stole drugs, according to court records.

Hazen is also a key witness in the prosecution of Leo Taylor, 70, a popular West Jordan veterinarian whose trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday for allegedly practicing on a suspended license.