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Prison Sentence in Local Burglary Case
08/10/2017

(KNZA)--A Hiawatha man accused of breaking into a rural Brown County residence twice has been sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison.

33-year-old William Schaefer was sentenced this week in Brown County District Court on one count each of burglary and felony theft.

Schaefer pleaded no contest in July to the charges.  In exchange for the plea, two additional counts of burglary and theft were dismissed.

Authorities say he allegedly broke into a residence at 1567 250th Street twice and stole numerous items.

Among the items stolen were a laptop computer, DVD player, game camera, several bows, pocket knifes and jewelry.    

Shaefer was arrested in May following an investigation by the Brown County Sheriff’s Department.

 

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