Probation Over Prison for Burglary Plea

| June 12, 2014
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A Brookfield man was spared incarceration, for now, after entering a guilty plea to burglary charges Monday.

Online court records indicate Forrest Lee Shoemaker, 21, was charged in March with second degree felony burglary.

Judge Terry TSchannen suspended a six year prison term in favor of five years supervised probation with the stipulation that Shoemaker obtain his High School equivalency within the next 18 months.

If Shoemaker violates his parole he will be subject to the six year prison term.

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