On October 4th, a 24-year-old former Youth Conservation Corps seasonal worker pled guilty to several state charges in state district court in Bighorn County. The state charges date back to 2008 and include a probation revocation, pharmacy burglary, bringing contraband into a jail facility, and larceny from National Park Service buildings. From April, 2008, to December, 2009, the former employee entered several government buildings leased or owned by the park in Lovell, Wyoming, and stole numerous power tools and a laptop computer. The employee later admitted to selling the stolen equipment to pay for his opiate addiction. For the larceny of federal property, the former employee received four to six years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary and was ordered to pay the park restitution in the amount of $8,405.04. The former employee will also be on three years of supervised probation once released from jail.