TYLER ALBERT REBLE, 17, changed his plea Nov. 9 to guilty of burglary. In a plea agreement, prosecutors will recommend a deferred sentence, meaning that if he successfully completes probation, the charge will be dismissed without a finding of guilt. He also must pay $1,431 in restitution jointly with another teenager. They cut a 24-inch by 24-inch hole in the siding of Metz Beverage on June 16 to steal two kegs and six cases of beer, according to court documents. District Judge Michael N. “Nick” Deegan withheld a finding of guilt until sentencing and ordered a pre-sentence investigation.