A trial date has been set for a 19-year-old New Ulm man accused of taking part in several break-ins in the City of Gaylord this past summer.
Sean David McFarland is accused of taking cash during a burglary at Kranz Lawn and ATV, cigarettes from Gaylord Sanitation, and a laptop computer after breaking a window at Immanuel Lutheran Church.
He reportedly had a juvenile male from New Ulm and 2 juvenile females from Gaylord with him at the time.
McFarland has been charged with 2 counts of 2nd-degree burglary and 1 count of 3rd-degree burglary, and his trial is set to begin November 27th.
A settlement conference is scheduled for November 15th. He also faces charges in Nicollet County for a break-in at the Klossner House during the same time period.