Two sentenced in Wisconsin Point break-insTwo Superior residents who prowled Wisconsin Point last summer stealing electronics, ATM cards, credit cards and checks from parked vehicles were sentenced in Douglas County Circuit Court.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
Two Superior residents who prowled Wisconsin Point last summer stealing electronics, ATM cards, credit cards and checks from parked vehicles were sentenced in Douglas County Circuit Court.
Kyle Matthew Dodrill, 26, pleaded no contest Friday to felony forgery and identity theft as a party to a crime, and being party to four counts of misdemeanor theft. An additional 12 counts — six misdemeanor and six felony — were dismissed but read in for sentencing.
Dodrill was sentenced to three years of probation and nine months in jail. Huber release was denied.
Sarah Ann Moselle, 25, pleaded no contest Monday to felony forgery and identity theft as a party to the crime, and three counts as a party to misdemeanor theft.
Seven additional misdemeanor and eight additional felony charges were dismissed but read in for sentencing. Moselle was also sentenced to three years of probation. The forgery charge netted her a five-month jail sentence with Huber release granted for work and aftercare.
Moselle and Dodrill were each ordered to pay $1,585 restitution, undergo chemical dependency evaluations and have no contact with one another, Wisconsin Point or Bradley Poverud and Vincent Burnham.
Poverud and Burnham were previously convicted for their roles in the Wisconsin Point break-ins.
The case encompassed multiple victims and impacted the quality of life for many at a beautiful beach area in Superior, wrote District Attorney Dan Blank in an email to Dodrill’s attorney, Paul Moldenhauer.
Victims included high school students and regular beach visitors. Many had their car windows smashed.
“They stole parts of my life I will never be able to get back, things that had a lot of sentimental value to me,” wrote Stephanie Sanda in a victim impact statement, including pictures of her daughter’s first year.
Another victim, Janice Majjar, wrote in her victim witness statement that she has been visiting Wisconsin Point since she moved to the area 35 years ago.
“I haven’t been back,” she said.