Break-in yields shock detention, probation

A Jefferson City man charged with breaking into a business on Missouri Boulevard in May has been placed on five years supervised probation.

Ishmel E. M. Martin, 17, pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree burglary.

He must serve a 15-day shock-detention sentence in the Cole County Jail and complete his GED in two years.

The incident occurred at We Be Smokin,’ 2106 Missouri Blvd.

When officers arrived, they located a male exiting the front door of the business with his face covered and his clothing dirty and in disarray.

Martin was taken into custody by officers, who found he had several items of merchandise.

Officers were able to determine that entry was made through the roof of the business.


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