Woman pleads guilty to storage shed burglaries

A Kingman woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in Mohave County Superior Court to reduced charges in a string of storage-shed burglaries in the Kingman area last year.

Julie A.

Robledo changed her plea to two counts of third-degree burglary.

Robledo and her husband, Robert, were arrested Jan.

17 and charged with burglary of about 29 storage sheds in Kingman between September and Jan.

15.

Julie Robledo pleaded guilty to two burglaries of a storage unit in the 4000 block of Stockton Hill Road between Dec.

27 and 29.

The value of items stolen in the burglaries was about $20,000.

Police said some of the items were recovered from the Robledos' residence, their own storage unit and their vehicles.

In the plea agreement, Superior Court Judge Steven Conn could sentence Robledo, 45, to as little as probation or as much as 7 1/2 years in prison.

Robledo is expected to be sentenced April 15.

Robledo would also have to pay restitution even if she receives the minimum sentence of probation.

Deputy Mohave County Attorney Tom Taylor said he is considering offering a plea agreement to Robert Robledo.

Robert Robledo is charged with six counts of third-degree burglary, trafficking in stolen property and aggravated assault in one case and two counts of third-degree burglary in another case.