Greenville man pleads guilty to burglary, receiving stolen property charges


GREENVILLE — A Greenville man opted to plead guilty Wednesday morning rather than face a jury on indictments in four separate cases in Darke County Common Pleas Court. Trial had been set for Wednesday and Thursday.

Kyle A. Reigelsperger, 31, of Greenville, was indicted by a Grand Jury in July in three different cases, burglary, a third-degree felony (F-3), and theft, a fifth-degree felony (F-5), for a burglary at the residence of John E. O’Reilly on June 30; grand theft, F-3, for the theft of a firearm during the period of March 1 through April 1, and two counts of receiving stolen property (firearm), F-4, for incidents March 30 and April 1; and misuse of a credit card and theft, both F-5.

Indictments were based on investigations by the Greenville Police Department. Trial for the three indictments was combined with an indictment in June on theft, theft of drugs and two counts of burglary.

Reigelsperger entered guilty pleas Wednesday morning on three counts of burglary, all felonies of the third degree; two counts of receiving stolen property, fourth-degree felony offenses; and one count of misuse of a credit card belonging to an elderly person, a fifth-degree felony.

Reigelsperger faces a maximum sentence of 36 months in prison and $10,000 in fines on each count of burglary, 18 months and $5,000 fines for each count of receiving stolen property, and 12 months and $2,500 on the misuse of a credit card charge.


By Rachel Lloyd

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