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Iron jury trial planned in DMV burglary case

 

October 17, 2017



By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

Hurley — A December jury trial has been set for a Stevens Point, Wis., man who faces Iron County burglary charges.

According to court records, Daniel Allan Erickson, 28, is scheduled for a Dec. 19-20 trial on 12 charges, including two felony burglary allegations.

Erickson appeared in court earlier this month and his $50,000 signature bond remains in effect.

He is being represented by Douglas Muskett.

Erickson is charged in connection with burglaries in the Department of Motor Vehicles office at the Hurley tourism information center on U.S. 51 in May and Harley’s Roadhouse last November.

Hurley police officer Sgt. Donald Packmayer investigated the complaint in which two employees said it was the third break-in at Harley’s in four to six months. The complaint says $2,049 was stolen by Erickson from a jukebox.

A bail jumping charge relates to conditions of release set for Erickson in charges in Portage County, Wis., according to the criminal complaint.

In the DMV break-in, it is alleged Erickson was caught on a surveillance camera unlocking a money box in the building. Packmayer also investigated that case.

A confidential informant aided officers in the DMV investigation and the Ironwood Public Safety Department and Gogebic County Sheriff’s Department were also involved in the probe.

 
 

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