Vienna man sentenced on burglary charge
From staff reports
A 33-year-old Vienna man received two years of community control Monday for a fourth-degree felony burglary charge from 2018 in Washington County Common Pleas Court.
Kyle Herwald, last known address of 1211 10th St., pleaded guilty to a bill of information June 3 and could have received a maximum of 18 months in prison.
Assistant Prosecutor David Silwani said along with the two years community control, Herwald also was ordered to continue going to rehab.
“He’s been doing really well in treatment,” Silwani said.
The charge dates from an arrest in March 2018 after a deputy sheriff responded to a residence on Stanley Mills Road, Little Hocking, for a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was hung up in the yard of the home and the occupant said an acquaintance, Kyle Herwald, had fled the scene.
When questioned, the subject said Herwald entered the residence, brought items outside and put them in the van. Herwald allegedly said he knew the owner of the property.
When contacted, the homeowner said he knew Herwald, but did not give permission to take items or enter his property.