Lennace Miller Pleads Not Guilty To Aggravated Burglary Charge
A Casper man has entered his plea in a case where he’s accused of stealing historical items.
Twenty-two year old Lennace Miller, has pleaded not guilty to one charge of aggravated burglary.
According to prosecutors, back in early October, Bruce Berst, who is a historian and re-enacter, reported to police that a number of historical antique guns and other items had been stolen from his collection.
During the investigation, one person told officers that Miller had tried to sell him some guns.
Police later collected evidence from an energy drink bottle that had been left behind at the scene of the crime, and found a garage door opener that had been tampered with, so that the door could be opened manually.
Officers were able to recover most of the stolen items.
Miller is being held at the Natrona County Detention Center on twenty-five thousand dollars bond and is awaiting trial.
If convicted, he could receive a five-to-twenty five year jail sentence, and a fifty thousand dollar fine.