Sentencing set for former Lakeville principal who pleaded guilty to stalking, burglary, identity theft

June 17, 2019 06:19 AM

Sentencing is expected Monday for a former Lakeville middle school principal who pleaded guilty to charges of stalking, burglary and identity theft.

The charges against Christopher Endicott were filed in five separate cases, dating back to 2013.


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Court documents from May stated he had reached a settlement in his trial, however, the documents did not provide additional details.

Endicott originally pleaded not guilty to second-degree burglary in March, but changed his plea to guilty roughly a week later.

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS will have a crew present for the sentencing. Stay with and 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS for updates.

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