New Ulm Man Back In Jail 20 May 13

A 20-year-old New Ulm man convicted of felony burglary earlier this year is back in jail on a probation violation. Matthew Russell Lindberg was found guilty of 2nd-degree burglary in March for a break-in at SSL Auto Service in New Ulm that occurred last December. Officers investigating the burglary had found a broken window at the gas station, and discovered that a number of items had been stolen. They also found foot prints in the snow at the scene of the crime that led right to Lindberg’s home. He was taken back into custody in Brown County Friday afternoon after apparently violating his probation by using a controlled substance.