Third Teen Pleads Guilty to Rural Marion County Crime Spree Last SummerA 17-year-old rural Odin man has been placed on four years probation and ordered to make $30,897 in restitution in connection with a string of burglaries and thefts that occurred in Marion County last summer.
William Shipley of Hoots Chapel Road pled guilty to one of the burglary charges against him for breaking into a building owned by Paul Donsbach on River Road in Iuka. As part of the plea, three other burglary and two theft counts were dropped. However, Shipley will have to pay restitution to a total of seven property owners. He was ordered to begin paying the restitution at $100 a month. The total amount of the restitution may be shared with the four other co-defendants in the case.
Two others have already entered guilty pleas. 19-year-old Antonio Crossland-Camp of Harris Road in Salem pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary pending against him and was placed on four years probation, 15 days in the Marion County Jail, ordered to complete 100 hours of Public Service Work, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and ordered to make $832 in restitution that may be shared with the other defendants. 18-year-old Grant Rexilius of Sassafras Road in rural Kell earlier pleaded guilty to a burglary charge. He was placed on five years probation and ordered to make $10,836 in restitution to victims of multiple thefts and burglaries.
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Police Beat for Saturday, November 22nd, 2014