Three plead guilty in Paris court


PARIS – The following, all accused of burglary or theft, entered pleas Wednesday before Justice Robert E. Crowley in Oxford County Superior Court.

Danny Harmon, 28, of Hiram pleaded guilty to theft. Crowley ordered him to serve six months of a two-year sentence, and be on probation for two years.

According to court records, police say he and three others entered a Brownfield home on March 25 and stole tools, a generator and diesel fuel from a vehicle, which were valued at more than $10,000. A padlock was damaged in the process, records show.

Thomas McGuire, 19, of Augusta pleaded guilty to burglary, theft and criminal mischief. He was sentenced to 200 hours of community service to be done in 11 months and to pay an administrative release fee of $25 a month.

The charges stemmed from a Jan. 11, 2006, incident when police say he and two others entered a Woodstock home and took money, prescription pills and a DVD player, destroying a window in the process.

Aaron Heath, 18, of Hebron pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of criminal trespassing, two counts, theft, two counts, criminal mischief and violating conditions of release.

He was sentenced to six months in jail, all suspended, and a $250 fine.

The charges come from an incident in March where Heath, along with William Kangas, 21, of Greenwood, Kevin Litchfield, 18, of Oxford and Jonathon Stevens, 21, of West Paris were reported breaking into the home of Everett Chase at 24 Alcohol Mary Road, Greenwood.

Reports show that about $2,000 in tools and other items were taken.

Kangas, Litchfield and Stevens pleaded guilty to similar charges Dec. 4 and were given the same sentence.