Man faces new charge
Those breaking into a Bricelyn business must have had the munchies.
A 19-year-old Bricelyn man charged in an accidental shooting has another legal problem to worry about.
Daniel Craig Stallkamp is facing one felony count of third-degree burglary.
According to a court complaint, on June 17 or 18 entry into the business was made by breaking a door handlock.
Items taken during the break-in included pop, hams, minced hams, four boxes of crackers, three pound cakes, bananas, two cans of peanuts and a storage tub. Damage to the lock was estimated at $50.
Stallkamp and two other juveniles reportedly gave some of the food items to a Kiester juvenile, who also says he saw the three throwing food onto the street.
One of the juveniles with Stallkamp admitted burglarizing the business.
He says Stallkamp parked his vehicle in front of the building and then broke the door to enter.
The complaint says the three males drove around eating the food and went to Kiester, where they threw out some of the food onto the streets.The second juvenile says when the other two became hungry, Stallkamp said he knew a place in Bricelyn where they could get food.
He says he did not go into the business with the others.
The maximum penalty for third-degree burglary is five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Stallkamp has made a court appearance on two other charges and was released on his promise to appear at future hearings.
He has been charged with one felony count of possessing a pistol/assault with a weapon and gross misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The charges are from a shooting incident on July 22, 2008, at his grandparents’ residence in Bricelyn.
Fifteen-year-old Collin Jacobson was struck in the face when a pistol he was handling discharged.
The felony possession charges carries a maximum sentence of five years and a $10,000 fine, while contributing to the delinquency of a minor is one year and a $3,000 fine.