Six Years in Prison, Three Years of Supervised Release For Beatrice Man

BEATRICE – A Beatrice man convicted of attempted burglary and theft by receiving stolen property will serve consecutive prison sentences and consecutive supervision periods when he’s released from prison.

31-year-old Jacob Bednar was ordered to serve a total of six years in state prison and three years of post-release supervision.

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Bednar had been sentenced to a Cass County probation term in 2018.  Gage County District Judge Rick Schreiner said Bednar had not completed any requirements in that probation sentence.

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Bednar received 263 days credit off his prison sentence for time spent in jail.  Three other charges and three infractions against Bednar were dismissed, as part of a plea agreement.

Last March, Gage County Sheriff’s and Beatrice Police officers serving a search warrant on Bednar’s North 18th Street home found several items in the residence and garage that were stolen in burglaries.  The property had been taken from Dempster Industries.

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