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.
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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.
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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.