Horicon man gets probation for identity theft

JUNEAU – A 26-year-old Horicon man was placed on probation for two years on Monday after being convicted of taking more than $1,000 in checks from his parents.

Andrew M. Zirbel, 804 E. Walnut St., pleaded no contest to identity theft for financial gain.

Judge Steven Bauer ordered two years of probation in the case, with 15 days of conditional jail with Huber and transfer privileges. Bauer ordered Zirbel to pay $1,088.40 in restitution to JP Morgan Chase Bank, submit to random drug screenings, undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations, submit a DNA sample and pay court costs.

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