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Forest City teen pleads guilty in burglary, theft case

FOREST CITY – A Forest City teen has pleaded guilty in felony burglary and theft case in Winnebago county.

Brady Robert Levad, age 19, had earlier pled not guilty to felony third degree burglary and third degree theft charges in Winnebago county. However, at a plea change hearing on September 16, a guilty plea was entered that was not specified. He will be sentenced on October 28.

At the same hearing, Levad pled guilty to driving while revoked and ordered to pay $1,550.00 in fines and court fees. He also entered a guilty plea to a charge of first offense possession of marijuana and was ordered to pay $714.25 in fines and court fees and serve 2 days in jail.  A charge of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Levad is currently facing fifth degree theft and criminal mischief charges brought by the Forest City police department.  He is free on bond as he awaits a court hearing on November 14.

Levad received a deferred judgement for a meth possession charge earlier this year, but was accused of violating his probation after the above charges were brought against him.  At an October 17, 2014 probation revocation hearing, he was found guilty and order to serve a week in jail, pay a $315 fine and placed on a year of probation.

Levad, Brady Robert PLED GUILTY
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