A person dealing with greater than 100 years in jail after being charged with burning down The Barn Restaurant now faces much more time after admitting to committing different crimes in 2018, authorities reported.
Devin J. Schroeder, 24, of Stoughton, was charged Monday with 4 felony housebreaking counts and 4 misdemeanor costs of theft as much as $2,500.
Based on prison complaints filed in Sauk County Circuit Court docket, there have been two burglaries of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. One was reported Halloween 2018 and the opposite Dec. 17 of that 12 months.
Within the October housebreaking, Baraboo police officer Nick Defied reviewed surveillance footage with a retailer supervisor who confirmed a white man along with his head coated by a hood roaming across the retailer at 5 a.m. with a backpack. The video exhibits the person filling the bag with sweet and different retailer gadgets. Defied famous there have been eight to 10 pocket knives lacking from the shop. The cash had not been counted the evening earlier than, however the supervisor estimated about $200 in money was stolen.
The decision got here in after an worker got here to work to discover a window of the constructing smashed, probably from a brick discovered inside the shop. Video confirmed the person opened the money register with a bolt cutters he discovered contained in the constructing.
Officer Brendon Meyer responded to an analogous report in mid-December 2018. A again window had been smashed and employees discovered the beforehand locked again door unlocked. An worker discovered a secure deal with was damaged.