BANGOR – The man in prison for killing a Glenburn teenager is back in court. 23-year-old Kyle Dube is facing new charges that are unrelated to the murder.
Yesterday, Dube pleaded guilty to burglary and theft charges. In March, Dube was convicted of killing 15 year old Nichole Cable. He is currently serving a 60 year sentence.
Penobscot County District Attorney Christopher Almy says the crimes occurred prior to the death of cable. “While Mr. Dube was facing charges on the murder case, the sheriffs department and the state police both worked on some burglaries he committed, completed the investigation, and it was important that he be held accountable for those different offenses, that’s why we insisted he plead guilty today on these charges.”
Almy was determined to follow through with this cases Dube’s long prison sentence. “And it’s important to the police that they did this investigation, that their findings be validated, and for the victims whose houses were actually burglarized in this case.”
Dube stole firearms and silver prior to the murder. He was sentenced to 2 years in prison, running concurrent to his murder conviction, and also has to pay the victims restitution.