South Dakota man to serve probation for role in Runnings, Bomgaars thefts

He was held in Nobles County Jail since his arrest Dec. 28.

Dominic Condon

WORTHINGTON — A Yankton, South Dakota resident will serve two years of supervised probation in relation to a December incident in which he was caught attempting to leave Runnings in Worthington with stolen merchandise.

Dominic Condon, 44, told police that he had helped two others steal about $1,500 in items from Runnings, and that the two others had stolen from the Luverne Bomgaars earlier that day. They promised him drugs in exchange for his help.

Condon was charged with felony aiding and abetting theft and misdemeanor theft. He later pleaded guilty to the felony charge, with the misdemeanor dismissed as part of the plea agreement. He received his sentence Friday.

Fifth Judicial District Judge Sherry Haley granted Condon a stay of imposition, meaning that she did not name a prison sentence, and he will not have to serve any more time if he successfully completes probation. He was also banned from entering the Worthington Runnings.

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