UPDATE 10/16/2013 2:30 PM
A guilty plea in connection with the a Marietta food pantry break-in.
Christopher Lent pleads guilty to complicity to breaking and entering.
In June the the Gospel Mission Food Pantry was raided, with 90 percent of its food supply stolen.
Two others have also been indicted in connection with the break-in - Eric Sciance and William Mitchell.
Lent was sentenced to 150 days in jail and three years of community control.
The Washington County Grand jury indicted Eric Sciance, Christopher Lent and William Mitchell in connection with the Gospel Mission Food Pantry break-in.
Science and Mitchell each face three counts of breaking and entering. Lent is charged with possessing criminal tools and three counts of complicity to breaking and entering.
Marietta police captain Jeff Waite says he expects two more men to be indicted by the next grand jury.
A 16-year-old boy was also arrested.
Also indicted was Allan Scott Varner Jr. on four counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and four counts of sexual battery.
Brent Deeter was indicted for two counts of breaking and entering and theft of the Valley Gem Sternwheeler, a Marietta landmark.
“It's a real big problem for the people whose metal is stolen if it shuts down their business or stops them from conducting their affairs because a necessary piece of equipment has been vandalized or destroyed for scrap metal,” says Washington County Assistant Prosecutor Kevin Rings.
Rings says he's not sure if there's an increase in this type of crime, but they are seeing it happen more frequently, at least a couple of cases a month.