A Gaylord man remains in custody in the Sibley County Jail after being charged with 2nd-degree burglary. 24-year-old Cody John Servin is accused of burglarizing an apartment at the Gaylord Motel. Servin had initially called the police himself to report a break-in at his apartment, and was reportedly heavily intoxicated. While authorities were investigating the alleged burglary in Servin’s apartment, they received a report of a burglary at an adjacent apartment. Upon investigation, several of the items missing from the other apartment were reportedly seen lying around Servin’s apartment in plain sight. The door to the other apartment had been kicked in as well, and a footprint on it allegedly matched shoes found in Servin’s apartment. There were also blood splatters in the other apartment, and Servin apparently had a cut on his hand. He faces up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.