Teen ordered probation for July break-in at Milton High School
JANESVILLE--A Milton teen has been found guilty of criminal property damage after a reported break-in to Milton High School in July. Aaron M. Davis, 17, of 11625 Nelson St., Milton, on Thursday pleaded no contest to the criminal property damage charge. Charges of burglary and theft were dismissed, according to online court documents.
Judge Richard Werner withheld sentence and ordered two years of probation.
Davis in August told police that in early July he climbed a tower and got onto the roof of Milton High School, 114 W. High St. He and another person filled a duffel bag with laptops and electronic scales. They then broke into the school store where they took clothing and drinks, according to the complaint.
Another Milton teen in January was charged with concealing stolen property and two counts of felony bail jumping; he is accused of buying items from Davis.
Davis on Thursday also pleaded no contest and was found guilty of a disorderly conduct charge that was a result of a fight in July at Schilberg Park on High Street in Milton. Davis was accused of injuring a 17-year-old boy, according to court documents.
He pleaded guilty to a felony battery charge in the same case, but Werner withheld sentence and ordered Davis to two years of probation concurrent to the sentence for property damage, according to online court documents. The battery plea could be dismissed if Davis successfully completes probation, according to online court documents.