PORT HURON, Mich. – A Michigan man accused of breaking into a gas station — and then calling police himself so he could see his brother in jail — has pleaded to a lesser charge. Matthew Robert Kiss, 24, of Imlay City, pleaded guilty Friday to attempted breaking and entering.
A St. Clair County judge will sentence Kiss on April 27.
Police said Kiss broke into a gas station in January, smoked cigarettes and drank alcohol before calling 911 on himself. He said he wanted to go to jail to see his incarcerated brother. But he was not allowed to see him.
Defense attorney James Downey did not immediately return a message seeking comment.
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