CHARLES CITY, Iowa – A Floyd County man gets probation for stealing over $2,200.
41-year-old Daniel Leroy Connerley of Charles City was convicted of ongoing criminal conduct, 2nd and 3rd degree theft, and possession of methamphetamine-2nd offense. Authorities say Connerley broke into a gaming machine at the 218 Fuel Express in Floyd on August 11, 2016 and then broke into two vending machines at the Liquor Beer and Tobacco Outlet in Charles City on August 13, 2016. He was seen on surveillance video both times.
Police say they then found meth in Connerley’s vehicle while searching it on August 15, 2016.
Connerley has been sentenced to three to five years of probation. He must also pay restitution of $668 to 218 Fuel Express and $1,688 to Liquor Beer and Tobacco Outlet.
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