A Gwinn man is going to jail for breaking into a pair of Marquette County businesses at which he used to work.
23-year-old Darron Watson will spend 2 months in jail and then 2 years on probation.
He’ll also have to pay more than $1,600 in restitution.
He’d pleaded guilty to breaking and entering a building with intent to commit larceny.
That charge came out of an October break-in at the U.P. Children’s Museum.
Watson turned himself in back in mid-November after being identified as a suspect in a series of break-ins at the museum, and another at Ishpeming’s Pit Stop Quick Lube.
Watson once worked as an employee of each business.
A small safe was stolen in one of the break-ins.
After turning himself in, Watson led police to where he dumped the safe in the woods.