Plea entered in felony home break-in case

A home break-in has resulted in a felony guilty plea for a Clarendon teenager.

Autumn S. Sarver, 19, pleaded guilty before Judge Gregory Hammond on Monday to charges of theft, criminal mischief and criminal trespass.

Hammond said the charges stem from a Nov. 8, 2021, incident where she and a co-defendant, Denver McMullen, broke into an Ellison Street residence in Clarendon.

He said they took tools and other items valued at about $200 and did about $200 in damage to a rear door.

Other pleas entered include the following:

¯ Cheri A. Foster, 46, Bear Lake, to DUI — first offense, vehicle registration suspended, operating a vehicle without valid inspection and careless driving. Charges including four counts of DUI and driving an unregistered vehicle were not prosecuted.

¯ Robert R. Hall, Jr., 51, Spring Creek, to DUI, driving at safe speed and fail to keep right. Charges of DUI, violating hazard regulation and failing to carry license were not prosecuted.

¯ Joseph A. James, 26, Clarendon, to possession of marijuana and no rear lights. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of DUI were not prosecuted.


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