Burglar agrees to pay restitution to two victims

Local man accused of entering home without permission and stealing jewelry and cash
Cary Ashby
Oct 12, 2012

A Willard burglary defendant has agreed to pay $650 in restitution to two victims.

Dennis A. Myers, 29, of 837 Dale St., pleaded guilty Wednesday to an amended charge of attempted burglary for a May 4 offense in Bellevue. In a plea deal, prosecutors agreed to dismiss one count of theft from the elderly in connection with an April 30 incident.

On May 4, Myers and his co-defendant, Justin R. Wolf, entered a Bellevue home without permission and stole some jewelry and cash, Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Dina Shenker said. While the female victim returned and entered her home, a car she'd seen in a driveway fled the scene.

Myers, who remains out on a $30,000 bond, will be sentenced Nov. 21.

Wolf, 28, of 805 Armstrong Drive, Willard, pleaded guilty in late June to attempted burglary.

On Aug. 23, he was fined $500 and sentenced to 120 days in the Huron County Jail. Wolf also was ordered to pay $650 in restitution, with $417 that was seized at the scene being applied to the restitution.

Comments

ferball14

All these people stealing stuff need their fingers broke!!!

BIGD

They have to find someway to support their habits! Its a damn shame this is it!I got an idea...GET A JOB MAN!

arnmcrmn

F in losers. I hope these people enter a home w someone waiting on the inside w a .45.