A 21-Year-old Blomkest man was sentenced this week to five years of probation, 106 days in jail and $600 in fines on two third-degree burglary charges for smashing his way into and robbing jewelry stores in Granite Falls and Danube.
The West Central Tribune reports as part of his sentence in Renville and Yellow Medicine counties, Marcos Enrique Trevino was ordered to complete a chemical use assessment, follow the recommendations, submit to a psychological evaluation and treatment, write apology letters and not enter either of the jewelry stores and not use alcohol or drugs.
The sentences were handed down Tuesday by District Judge Dwayne Knutsen. Trevino was given credit for 71 days already served in jail.
Trevino and 18-year-old Allison Ann Roschild of Renville, were both charged with felony burglary and property damage counts for a series of three smash-and-grab burglaries on November 5th that began at Korthius Jewelry in Granite Falls and continued at Probst Jewelry in Sacred Heart and at Setterberg Jewelry in downtown Willmar.
Trevino made his first appearance Friday in Kandiyohi County District Court on third-degree burglary and a gross misdemeanor charge of property damage charges. His next appearance is February 6th.