A Juneau County Judge accepts plea agreement, a three-month jail sentence is imposed and stayed, and places a rural Mauston man on 2-years probation, dismisses the burglary and theft charges but accepted 25-year old Charles Premo’s plea of guilty to criminal damage to property.  Premo was charged with the burglary of Hanson’s IGA store in Elroy last August and the theft of thousands of dollars of cigarettes.  Judge Paul Curran dismissed those two charges but Premo also plead guilty to a felony charge in a separate case of Identity Theft.  He was found guilty of using his twin brother’s name while getting medical care at the Mile Bluff Medical Clinic last year.  He was also placed on two-years probation in that case.  Premo and his wife, Erin Premo, must also pay restitution of $4,296 joint and several to the IGA Store.