Matthew James Wrobleski of Willmar, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a list of charges alleging he stole multiple vehicles, fled from police officers and burglarized a farm place in multiple incidents between July and September.
The West Central Tribune reports in Renville County District Court, the 38-year-old faces a total of nine felony charges for motor vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, fleeing a peace officer, burglary and gun possession by a convicted felon.
He also faces gross misdemeanor charges for domestic assault for an August 29th incident in Olivia and for trespassing on public service property for allegedly entering the city of Olivia maintenance yard on July 8th to steal copper wiring.
He also faces four misdemeanor charges for driving after suspension, reckless driving and theft.
Unconditional bail was set at $500,000 with conditional bail at $200,000. His next appearance is December 13th.
Wrobleski was arrested September 18th in Meeker County after a week-long search by law enforcement officers from multiple jurisdictions.