Bradshaw man sentenced to probation for burglarizing York County business

YORK – Brandon Proctor, 37, of Bradshaw, has been sentenced to probation in York County District Court after he pleaded no contest to burglary, a Class 2A felony.

His sentencing took place this week in York County District Court.

Court documents indicate the situation dates back to Dec. 13, 2021, at Klute Steel at 1313 Road G. in York County.

According to court documents, one of the company’s owners said there was damage to a door and they were missing three laptop computers.

The York County Sheriff’s Department investigated the situation and saw a suspect shoe print.

Upon investigating, the owners said they realized “a bunch of Dewalt tools and batteries were missing” as well.

There were pieces of evidence left behind, according to court documents, and later, the property owners showed investigators where an area of the exterior fence had been cut.

Items from the scene were submitted to the Nebraska State Patrol crime lab, in reference to DNA samples. According to court documents, DNA matches were made with Brandon Proctor, who at some point had been an employee of Klute Inc.

The York County Sheriff’s Department addressed Proctor, after he was tagged for an order of a DNA sample.

According to court documents, Proctor’s DNA sample matched those at the crime scene.

This week, he was sentenced to three years of traditional probation. He was also sentenced to three future stints in jail, the first two for 30 days and the third for 28 days – those jail terms can be waived by the court if he is found to be in compliance with the terms of his probation.

 

 

 

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