Teen sentenced to probation, restitution in Neligh break-ins
November 3, 2022
Two of four young men charged in connection with March 21 break-ins at two Neligh businesses, Neligh Vape Shop and the Fit Stop, were set for sentencing in the Antelope County district courtroom in last week. Each had been convicted of one Class 3A felony, criminal attempt burglary.
Trinity Graham, 18, was accompanied by his court-appointed attorney, Brad Montag of Norfolk.
In line with the recommendation in presentence investigation reports, Antelope County Attorney Joe Abler recommended probation.
“I think that is the best sentence at this time for these young individuals,” he told...
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