Cirrus House burglary suspect pleas

A suspect in a break-in at the Cirrus House in february entered a no contest plea Friday morning to attempted burglary James Russell was accused of punching out the glass to the back door of the Cirrus House and breaking open the door to the snack bar in an effort to obtain food.

Russell, a member of the Cirrus House program, was confronted during the break-in by employee Matthew Geese, who talked to Russell before the suspect left the building. Russell was arrested later at his apartment.

Sentencing is set for June 10th at 10 a.m.

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