Minnesota man faces prison for Superior burglaryA Minnesota man will spend 3½ years in prison for his role in a September burglary in Superior’s Allouez neighborhood.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
A Minnesota man will spend 3½ years in prison for his role in a September burglary in Superior’s Allouez neighborhood.
Jason Michael Mussehl, 42, of Montrose, Minn., pleaded guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court last week to one count felony burglary. He was sentenced to seven years imprisonment with 3½ years confinement and 3½ years of extended supervision. He was also ordered to pay $2,000 restitution, provide a DNA sample and pay $918 in fines, court costs and surcharges.
A joint investigation by law enforcement agencies in two states led to the arrest of Mussehl and three others suspected in a sophisticated burglary ring from the Twin Cities. Surveillance and investigation linked the four to the substantial September burglary in Superior.
The suspects used two-way radios to communicate during the burglary and Superior police officers were able to monitor the radio traffic. After the suspects left Superior in two separate cars, they were arrested following traffic stops in Ramsey and Pine counties in Minnesota.
The three other people facing charges for the burglary are Rex A. Lee, 61, of Columbia Heights, Minn.; Julie J. Julien, 35, of Minneapolis and Timothy M. Kielb, 45, of Brooklyn Center, Minn. All three are next scheduled to appear in Douglas County Circuit Court in March.