MADISON, Wis. - A Lyndon Station, Wis., man pleaded guilty to multiple charges Monday stemming from a University of Wisconsin-Madison campus police investigation that began in March.
William Lynch, 36, pleaded guilty to identity theft, burglary and forgery in Dane County Court.
According to UW-Madison police, Lynch was arrested April 13 on probation violation charges and confessed to police he was involved in three campus burglaries in March and April.
Lynch is also facing charges in Eau Claire and Waukesha counties for burglary and identity theft charges, according to police.
Lynch is incarcerated in the Dane County Jail awaiting sentencing for the UW–Madison cases.
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