The second of three people indicted for local vandalism pleaded guilty to charges Wednesday.
Kyle T. Duhl, 18, pleaded guilty to three fourth degree felony vandalism charges along with a fourth degree misdemeanor criminal trespass charge and a first degree misdemeanor unauthorized use of a vehicle charge during a plea hearing. Two fifth degree felony breaking and entering charges and misdemeanor charges of petty theft and unauthorized use of a vehicle were dismissed.
A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Nov. 10.
Duhl, Adrian D. Recker and Zachary R. Garvey are charged in relation to vandalism that occurred June 17. At that time the Urbana Police Division sought the community’s assistance in solving multiple overnight crimes that occurred on that date resulting in heavy damage and a high value loss of property to multiple victims.
These victims included Taylor Maintenance, All-Phase Electric Supply Company and The Coffee Depot.
Using information provided by the public, police located Recker the next day and took him into custody. During questioning, police were able to determine that Recker as well as two other men and two juveniles were responsible for the overnight crimes.
Recker, 18, pleaded guilty to three fourth degree felony vandalism charges along with first degree misdemeanor charges of petty theft and unauthorized use of a vehicle in September. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Oct. 17.
Garvey, 18, was indicted on three counts of vandalism, two counts each of breaking and entering and unauthorized use of a vehicle and one count each of criminal trespass, petty theft, criminal damaging or endangering, receiving stolen property and failure to comply with underage alcohol laws.
He was indicted again last month on one count each of unauthorized use of vehicle and receiving stolen property. The grand jury indictment contends these charges stem from conduct that occurred between July 28 and Aug. 4.
A final pretrial conference for Garvey is scheduled for Nov. 21.