QUEENSBURY -- A Queensbury teen who committed a burglary in May was put on interim probation for a year last week after his guilty plea to a felony burglary count.
Darien M. Naylor, 18, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary, court records show. He was arrested by the Warren County Sheriff's Office in October after an investigation into a burglary 5 months earlier. It was unclear if a home or other building was burglarized.
Warren County Judge John Hall placed Naylor on interim probation for a year, which will include 100 hours of community service. If he does well during the year, he faces 5 years on probation. If not, he faces a jail or prison term.