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Accused Monico home burglar pleads not guilty in Oneida County CourtSubmitted: 03/04/2013
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RHINELANDER - Charges will move forward against one teenager involved in a Monico burglary case.

17 year-old Jeffrey Stefonik pleaded not guilty in Oneida county court Monday afternoon.

Stefonik is one of three minors accused of breaking into and vandalizing a Monico vacation home in January.

He is facing seven felonies, including burglary and criminal damages.

17 year-old Anthony Briggs is also charged in the case.

He had his preliminary hearing last Friday, and will appear in court again on April 8th.

A 15 year-old suspect is being charged in juvenile court.

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