Woman sentenced in Allouez burglaryA St. Cloud woman will spend three years on probation and 12 days in jail for her role in a September burglary in Superior’s Allouez neighborhood.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
A St. Cloud woman will spend three years on probation and 12 days in jail for her role in a September burglary in Superior’s Allouez neighborhood.
Julia Jean Julien, 35, pleaded no contest in Douglas County Circuit Court on Aug. 2 to one count of burglary. She was sentenced to three years of probation with 12 days in jail. She was ordered to pay $2,000 restitution, undergo a chemical dependency evaluation and have no contact with the victims, their residents or the co-defendants. She must also provide a DNA sample pay $414 in fines and court costs and get her General Educational Development (GED) during probation.
As an added incentive, Judge Kelly Thimm imposed and stayed a four-year sentence, 30 months in prison and 18 months of extended supervision, which would be triggered if Julien fails to meet the conditions of her probation.
A joint investigation by law enforcement agencies in two states led to the arrest of Julien and four others suspected of being part of a sophisticated burglary ring from the Twin Cities. Surveillance and investigation linked the five to the substantial burglary in Superior.
One co-defendant, Jason Michael Mussehl, 42, of Montrose, Minn., was convicted of burglary and is serving a seven-year sentence — 42 months confinement and 42 months extended supervision. A second, 35-year-old Cherilyn Ann Moytte, was sentenced to four years on probation and eight months in jail after pleading guilty to one count of burglary-party to a crime.
Trials have been slated for the other two co-defendants — Aug. 20 for Timothy Michael Klieb, 46, of Brooklyn Center, Minn, and Sept. 26 for Rex Alan Lee, 61, of Minneapolis.