On Wednesday, in Morrison County District Court, Julie Marie Conrad, 38, Little Falls, was sentenced to 30 days in custody and five years probation following her guilty pleas stemming from two separate incidents regarding thefts of prescription drugs. On June 19, Conrad entered pleas of guilty to burglary in the third degree, controlled substance crime in the fifth degree and misdemeanor theft.
On Jan. 10, Conrad took a prescription medication from a cabinet in a Swanville school. Conrad confessed to Morrison County investigative officers, Jan. 16. Conrad was charged with controlled substance crime in the fifth degree and theft. She pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced Wednesday, under a stay of imposition.
In a second incident, Conrad was photographed stealing prescription drugs at a house in Swanville, Jan. 14. She also confessed to authorities Jan. 16. Conrad was charged with burglary in the third degree, controlled substance crime in the fifth degree and misdemeanor theft. Conrad pleaded guilty to burglary and the other two lesser charges were dismissed. Conrad received a stay of adjudication on this case.
Judge Conrad Freeberg also ordered Conrad to abstain from drugs, submit to random testing and complete a treatment program. Conrad had already served three day in jail and was allowed to complete 27 days on house arrest/electronic home monitoring and was ordered to pay restitution for the stolen prescriptions and for new locks on the victim’s house.