Two Burglary Defendants Plead Not-Guilty In Separate Cases

In his first appearance in 4th Judicial District Court, 20-year-old Daniel Hemmer pled not-guilty on a burglary charge. The affidavit of probably cause alleges that on March 22nd or 23rd Hemmer illegally entered his parents home with the intent to steal from them. Judge John Fenn adjusted Hemmer’s bond at the request of the state. While out on bond, Hemmer was arrested for a misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace. The arrest violated the bond conditions and the judge increased his bond to $7,500 cash only.

20-year-old Kyle Anton also entered a not-guilty plea on two burglary counts. Anton is accused of playing a part in the City Brew and Sheridan Baking Company burglaries last December. Another defendant in this case, Cody Ellenson, has already been arraigned and also faces charges in Johnson and Campbell counties.

Both Hemmer and Anton face the possibility of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine on each count. Trials for each defendant were scheduled for next January.

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