A Wisconsin Rapids man, currently incarcerated at Kettle-Moraine Correctional Institution, appeared in a Juneau County courtroom Tuesday afternoon.  48-year old Eric Grorich and his attorney had reached a plea agreement in a 2012 burglary case.  Grorich pleaded guilty to burglary of a cabin north of Necedah and the criminal damage to property charge was dismissed.  Judge John Roemer agreed with the plea agreement saying, “It was appropriate and struck a balance between protecting the public and punishment.”  Judge Roemer sentenced Grorich to 1-year in prison plus 1-year of extended supervision to run concurrently with the 3-year sentence he is currently serving.  Grorich’s probation was revoked last year and he is serving his sentence for three northern Juneau County burglaries that occurred in 2010.    In addition, Grorich must pay restitution to the victim of almost 300-dollars, plus a 10-dollar fine and court costs.