Man Placed On Temporary Probation For Grand Larceny
Published: May 13th, 2008
By: Jill Kraft

NORWICH – After getting indicted on a four-count charge, a man stood before a Supreme Court Justice Friday and changed his plea to guilty.

Eric Maynard pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the fourth degree, a class E felony. The plea will cover the three other counts in the indictment.

The defendant, represented by attorney William Gabor, was placed on temporary probation for one year.

If Maynard complies with all the terms and conditions as set up by the probation department, he will be re-sentenced next year. Once the year is complete, Maynard will have an opportunity to withdraw the guilty plea for the felony and take a plea for petit larceny, a misdemeanor. He would later serve an additional three years of probation.

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