A Casper man charged with multiple burglary counts, including allegedly stealing $35,000 in cash -- was bound over for trial after waving his preliminary hearing in Natrona County Circuit Court on Tuesday.

Dylan O'Neal, 24, is charged with grand theft by stealing $35,000 from a garage, another burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and several misdemeanors.

Through his Public Defender Todd Infanger, O'Neal declined to have the hearing during which the prosecution would present evidence that a crime probably was committed and he probably was the one who committed it.

Circuit Court Judge Michael Patchen lowered O'Neal's bond from $10,000 to $5,000 cash or surety. That bond is on top of a $10,000 bond in Converse County for other charges.

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The case began on June 12 when the person who reported the incident told Casper police that personal items and cash were stolen from his garage, plus a key to one of his vehicles, a car code reader, Rockford Fosgate sub woofers and $35,000. Officers totaled the stolen property at $36,000.

The victim's girlfriend told the detective that O'Neal met her later to give her an envelope with about $2,000 inside.

She said she had given about $500-$1,000 back to her boyfriend.

She then spent the remaining $1,000 at a "sex store," according to the affidavit.

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