Trevor Marsh Given Probation For Casper Elementary School Burglary
A man who admitted to breaking into a south side Casper Elementary School, will have a chance to have his record wiped clean.
Twenty-two year old Trevor Marsh, was given one-to-five years of probation, after pleading guilty to one charge of burglary.
Investigators say in November, Marsh broke into one of the classrooms at Crest Hill Elementary School, but at that time, police had no suspects.
A few days later, officers were responding to a found property call, in which Marsh returned an IPod, that he claimed he found and wanted to give it back to one of the teachers.
Suspicion arose when the teacher said she didn't know that her IPod was missing.
When interviewed, Marsh eventually admitted to breaking into the classroom, found the IPod in the teacher's desk drawer and then took it.
He says he did it, because he was venting his frustration over a bad day of playing video games.
Because this is his first felony conviction, if Marsh completes probation, the court might consider clearing the charge from his record.