Man placed on probation for library theft

A Nebraska man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to stealing nearly $1,000 worth of materials from the Missouri River Regional Library in Jefferson City.

Brian Bradley, 31, was charged with felony stealing and identity theft.

A Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement shows he checked out materials in July 2012 using another person’s library card and never returned the items.

He also ordered cellphones from two different companies in August 2012, using the same victim’s identity, and had the phones shipped to Jefferson City.


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