A juvenile has denied in court that he was involved in a string of cabin burglaries on Casper Mountain last summer.

Seventeen year old Robert Wnuk has pleaded not guilty to  four charges of burglary, three counts of felony property destruction, and five counts of misdemeanor property destruction.

Investigators say from August through October 2012, Wnuk and three others broke into a number of cabins on Casper Mountain, and either stole, damaged or vandalized various items.

Although he is a minor, Wnuk is being charged as an adult in the case.

He is free on a $7,500 PR bond, awaiting trial, and could face up to 10 years in prison on each burglary charge, and 10 years on each felony property destruction charge if convicted.

Prosecutors have also charged James Tuschling of Glenrock, along with Travis Brown and Richard Fielder...both of Casper, in connection with the burglary string.