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Man pleads guilty to receiving and concealing stolen motorized bicycle

September 7, 2017 GMT

Mitchel Jarred Walkley, 27, 403 S. Jefferson St., pleaded guilty to a charge of receiving and concealing a stolen vehicle, habitual offender second offense, in 51st Circuit Court Thursday.

If Judge Susan K. Sniegowski follows a plea and sentence agreement, Walkley could face 15 months minimum to 7 ½ years maximum in prison.

According to statements read by Wakley’s defense attorney Al Swanson Jr., Walkley was going to trade a stolen motorized bicycle for an iPod and that Walkley knew the bike was stolen.

Walkley has been previously convicted of maintaining a lab involving methamphetamine and controlled substance possession of methamphetamine in May of 2016.