Man sentenced to jail for Rush Lake burglaries, meth
A Sauk Rapids man will do time in the Otter Tail County jail for his involvement in Rush Lake area burglaries, as well as for a separate meth charge.
Chad Allen Kampa, 35, was sentenced in Otter Tail County District Court on Nov. 18 relating to the burglaries, which occurred in April 2012. Two co-defendants were previously convicted and sentenced in the case.
Kampa was sentenced to 270 days in the county jail, with 240 of those days stayed as part of a plea agreement.
A sentence of 33 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility, St. Cloud, was stayed for 10 years. He will be on supervised probation for five years.
Kampa and the two other co-defendants, according to court records, stole a trailer, chain saw, boat motor, tool box and other items.
Kampa also was sentenced in district court for possession of methamphetamine. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail on this charge, with credit for time served amounting to 119 days.
Tom Hintgen, Otter Tail County Correspondent