Syracuse woman pleads guilty to attempted National Grid burglary

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WATERTOWN — In Jefferson County Court on Friday, a Syracuse woman admitted her role in an attempted burglary at the town of Watertown’s National Grid facility.

Yadira Lopez, 36, pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted burglary for her role in a break-in at the National Grid facility on July 12.

She admitted that she and another person tried to steal multiple items from the complex on Route 232.

Her sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 3.

In other court action:

Mykle J. Shaulis, 32, DeRidder, La., pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated and an unsafe lane change.

Mr. Shaulis admitted that he drove on Noble Street in Evans Mills with a blood-alcohol content of 0.1 percent on Dec. 23.

He was also convicted of DWI as a misdemeanor in March 2013. He was sentenced on Friday to a three-year conditional discharge from probation, fined $750, and had his New York driver’s license revoked.

Mr. Shaulis said he “apologized to the state for my actions while living here.”

Kylie M. Rivers, 30, Watertown, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Ms. Rivers admitted that she had “one or more substances containing methamphetamine with an aggregate weight of at least one-eighth ounce” on June 27.

She was released on her own recognizance and ordered to enter inpatient addiction treatment.

She is scheduled to return to court for sentencing Oct. 30.

Daniel Vargas, 31, Theresa, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal mischief.

He admitted that he damaged someone else’s property in Theresa on May 3.

He was given a one-year conditional discharge from probation, having already paid his required restitution.

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