Nicholas Salo and David Powley Admit To Aiding And Abetting With Aggravated Burglary
Two Casper men are now admitting to their roles in a burglary last fall.
Nicholas Salo and David Powley have each pleaded guilty to one charge of aiding and abetting with aggravated burglary.
Investigators say in September, the two victims were at a residence on the 1200 block on North Center Street, when 26-year old Larry Burgess and 3 others arrived and attacked them
All of the attackers had knives on them, and Burgess said he was looking for another person, that was at the residence earlier.
Afterwards, Burgess and the assailants took an $1,800 collection of knives.
As part of a plea deal, prosecutors will seek no more than a 10 year prison sentence for Powley, and no more than a five-to-seven year prison sentence for Salo.
Burgess has pleaded not guilty to two charges of aggravated assault and battery, along with one charge of aggravated burglary and is awaiting trial.