Bar Nunn Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Larceny Charge
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A Bar Nunn man who prosecutors say conspired to steal $15,000 in generator wire changed his initial plea in Natrona County Court on Friday.
Danney Pollock faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit felony larceny in a plea deal that would drop another conspiracy charge and a pair of larceny charges. Pollock will also pay an undetermined amount of restitution.
Prosecutors say Pollock stole $15,000 in generator wire from a field owned by Casper-based Paterson Drilling in late October of 2009. Prosecutors then said Pollock stripped the wire of its insulation and tried to sell the internal metal to a Mills-based Pacific Steel and Recycling location.
Pollock’s sentencing will be set for a later date.