New Richmond man convicted in burglary
A New Richmond man has been convicted of felony burglary in connection with home and car break-ins in the town of St. Joseph last fall.
Matthew Richard Campeau, 22, pleaded no contest to one felony count in St. Croix County Circuit Court Friday. Nine other related charges were read into the record for restitution and dismissed.
Judge Eric J. Lundell ordered a pre-sentence investigation. A review of the case was set for April 12.
Charges of burglary, theft, entry into a locked vehicle and receiving stolen property against Campeau resulting from incidents in September and October in the towns of St. Joseph and Somerset from another case were read into the record for restitution and dismissed.
David Gonsior, 20, Somerset, was convicted of one felony count of burglary Jan. 17 in connection with the same incidents. His sentencing hearing has not been scheduled.
Genna Marie Kristiansen, 17, Hudson, was charged with receiving stolen property when deputies conducted a search warrant Oct. 14 on a Somerset residence where she and Campeau lived. She was scheduled for a pre-trial conference April 14.