UPDATE: Plea hearing for Marshfield HS burglary suspect
MARSHFIELD (WAOW) -
UPDATE - A plea hearing is scheduled for one of the two men accused of breaking into Marshfield High School.
According to online records, Stephen Moore will have his plea hearing on October 24, 2012. That date was originally scheduled for his trial to begin.
He is charged with burglary-building or dwelling.
The other man charged is James Walley. Walley is charged with burglary-building or dwelling, as well as possession of THC, possessing drug paraphernalia and possession/illegally obtained prescription. Walley's pre-trial conference is set for October 5, 2012. The trial is set to begin October 24, 2012.
The two men accused of breaking into Marshfield High School in May have been charged.
According to a criminal complaint, 24-year-old Stephen Moore and 23-year-old James Walley were walking by the school, when they decided to get into the building. Officials say they entered through a window, and began walking around the school.
The next day, police released a video surveillance picture, hoping someone could identify the two men.
Officials say on May 3, the two men came to the police station in Marshfield, and turned themselves in. They say they admitted to taking a stapler and computer mouse, which they handed over to police.
Both Walley and Moore have been charged with one felony count of burglary of a building.
Records show Walley gave police permission to search the Marshfield apartment that he shares with Moore. It says that during the search, officials found several illegal substances.
Walley has also been charged with possession of THC and drug paraphernalia, as well as possession of illegally obtained prescriptions.
Both men are scheduled to appear in court next month.