December 19, 2013 | Vol. 39, No. 51

Burglary suspects plead guilty, face four years

Joshua Franklin plead guilty to five counts of Burglary in the 2nd degree yesterday after being accused of breaking into multiple businesses around Petersburg last August.

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The five Class C felonies are connected to break-ins at Petersburg Motors, AP&T, Wikan Enterprises, the Petersburg Parks and Recreation building and the Hammer & Wikan grocery store.

Police received reports on August 28 of break-ins and burglaries throughout the day from those locations and later obtained search warrants after viewing surveillance footage from the parks and rec building where an officer identified Frankl...

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