St. Paul man sentenced for stealing from the DNR building

A St. Paul man who pleaded guilty in February to stealing tools and more than 20 mounted animals from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources was sentenced Thursday.
Timothy Heidenreich, 38, apologized to the DNR at his sentencing, where he was ordered to pay $8,204.74 in restitution to the DNR, reported the Star Tribune.
He was given a stayed sentence of one year and nine months in prison and was put on probation for five years, reported the Star Tribune.
Heidenreich is one of three men that broke into the DNR building in January and stole $40,000 worth of property, reported CBS Minnesota.
Shane J. Rylander, 40, pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting the stolen property, reported the Star Tribune. Terry K. Cotton, 37, pleaded not guilty to the same charge.

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