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Devils Lake man who left blood trail at bank sentenced for burglary

DEVILS LAKE--A Devils Lake man was sentenced Wednesday for smashing a window at a local bank that left him badly injured. Nathaniel Todd Lebeau, 25, pleaded guilty to burglary, a Class C felony, in Devils Lake District Court. He was sentenced to ...

DEVILS LAKE-A Devils Lake man was sentenced Wednesday for smashing a window at a local bank that left him badly injured.

Nathaniel Todd Lebeau, 25, pleaded guilty to burglary, a Class C felony, in Devils Lake District Court. He was sentenced to a year in prison, but he was given credit for the 57 days he spent in jail. The remainder of the sentence was suspended for two years. He was also ordered to pay $4,245 in restitution and court fees.

The sentence stems from a July 2 breakin at an unnamed bank in Devils Lake, according to a news release from the Ramsey County state's attorney. In the process of smashing a bank window, Lebeau cut his hand, according to the release. A blood trail led to the vault and a smashed display case. The release did not disclose if anything of value was taken from the bank.

Lebeau was seen walking on a nearby street and was taken to a hospital to treat his injuries, according to the release. Lebeau was later arrested after law enforcement responded to the burglary.

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