Dan Leroy Fergeson, Jr., 21, and Thomas Anthony Boblett, 20, both of Little Falls, were charged Feb. 11, with one felony count of second degree burglary by Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff.
On Feb. 10, Little Falls police responded to a report of a burglary. The victim said he left his home at about 3 p.m. the day before and when he returned an hour and a half later, he noticed the screen door was open. When he entered the residence, the noticed loose change missing and his son’s Playstation 3 was missing.
Information was later received by the police of a stolen Playstation system. The people in possession of the system told the officer they bought it, but were not aware it was stolen. They allegedly said they purchased it from Fergeson.
When the officer met with Fergeson, he allegedly lied about where he got the system, but later admitted he entered the residence and stole it. According to the criminal complaint, he also admitted to stealing the loose change.
Fergeson allegedly told the officer Boblett was his accomplice in the burglary. Boblett was located and placed under arrest.
If convicted, Fergeson and Boblett each face a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment and/or a $20,000 fine.