Probation for Hardee's burglary conspirator
Terrance Jackson, 24, of Spencer will serve two years probation for a class D felony count of conspiracy to commit third degree burglary on April 5, in connection with a break-in at Hardee's in Spencer.
Third Judicial District Judge Patrick M. Carr sentenced Jackson on Monday.
The sentence also included up to five years in prison, a $1,000 fine, $350 surcharge and $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge, but the prison term, fine and surcharge were suspended.
Under the terms of the suspended sentence, Jackson will be under the supervision of the Third Judicial District Department of Correctional Services director, will be required to secure and maintain approved employment, will pay a $140 fee to the clerk of court and a probation supervision fee, at the discretion of the Department of Corrections.
He is required to pay restitution for court-appointed counsel.
Jackson must also submit a plan of restitution to Hardee's in the amount of $399.65, which will be paid jointly with co-defendant Stephen Mack, who was sentenced for his role in the burglary on June 4.
Payment in full is required within two years.