Burglar pleads guilty

Norwalk man stole silver coins, drill and household items.
Cary Ashby
May 24, 2014

 

A Norwalk man recently pleaded guilty to stealing some silver coins, an electric drill and several household items during a burglary.

Joshua E. Bodnar, 24, of 64-A W. Seminary St., faces six to 18 months behind bars when he is sentenced July 2. He pleaded guilty to an amended burglary charge Monday.

On March 30, a Seminary Street resident returned home to discover her apartment had been burglarized. She found several items scattered throughout her residence.

"She was in the process of moving out of her apartment," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said.

The victim realized someone broke into her safe. Kasper also said the Norwalk Police Department interviewed some of the woman's neighbors and one of those people was Bodnar.

"He ultimately cooperated with police," the prosecutor added.

Comments

zombiefan1982

Get a job, loser.

destinydawn

My mother was the victim,she had been nothing but nice to this young man. She had lent him money, given him rides ect. All she wants is for him to get his GED, and get some help and not to contact her. She is not out for revenge, this just made her very sad.

TheGravyWhisperer

...hopefully a turning point in his young life