The Illinois man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after a DNA sample tied him to the theft of a remote from a Wheaton apartment building. The sample was found in a glove that Bramwell, 35, left behind. His DNA was part of the state database of convicted felons. The long sentence is driven by a long criminal record and he could have been sentenced to 30 years. Bramwell is accused of a string of thefts of both televisions and remotes in various buildings.