McFarland was originally charged with felony burglary, but that was reduced to Class A misdemeanor aggravated criminal trespassing. He also pleaded guilty to the original charges of theft under 500, and vandalism.
Police said a witness saw McFarland walking near the school around the time of the burglary wearing clothes that matched a person caught on school surveillance video. The video wasn’t able to positively identify the burglar, however.
McFarland was sentenced to 90 days in jail, two years supervised probation, $300 in fines and costs, $500 restitution to the school, and 96 hours of community service.