Levi Templin, 21, was sentenced to not less than two years nor more than three years at the Nebraska Department of Corrections Friday, June 1, on a probation revocation. When probation is revoked sentencing is set on the initial charge.
Templin was previously sentenced on October 14, 2010, to the work ethic camp in McCook after being convicted for felony burglary and theft in Thayer County. He broke into C&M Supply, Inc., in Deshler and stole beer and cigarettes valued at $2,700. Following his release from work ethic camp he received 36 months of probation. The probation was to run from Feb. 4, 2011 to Feb. 4, 2014.
In August 2011, Templin was arrested in Seward for driving under the influence, driving under suspension and willful reckless driving after crashing into a house there. According to court documents a passenger in the car said the two may have been huffing prior to the accident. He was sentenced to the Seward County jail where he was released Feb. 24, 2012. His current probation was revoked after he failed to report his arrest, did not refrain from disorderly conduct, and left Thayer County without permission.
Templin receives 178 days of time served under the new sentence and is ordered to pay court costs of $370 plus transportation costs and probation fees in the amount of $470.