Ubl pleads guilty to Christmas Eve burglary
(ABC 6 News) – A Faribault man arrested in connection with a West Concord burglary on Christmas Eve, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor burglary in the 4th degree on Monday.
Another charge of firearm or property theft valued over $35,000 was dismissed.
Joseph William Ubl was scheduled to appear in court June 22 for the case, which dates back to Christmas Eve of 2021.
Ubl was arrested on suspicion of stealing hundreds of dollars worth of tools from a garage on Christmas Eve.
He was 18 years old at the time.Hundreds of dollars worth of Milwaukee brand tools, among other things, were stolen.
Ubl will spend one year on probation and pay more than $800 in restitution, along with two individuals named in his plea as co-defendents.
Nineteen-year-old Daniel Gillis of Faribault, one of the individuals named, is still scheduled to face trial for felony burglary and theft on July 25.