Oconomowoc Man Convicted Of Lebanon Home Invasion

(Lebanon) An Oconomowoc man was sentenced Monday to a year-and-a-half in prison for his role in a home invasion. Kalan Hayes pled no contest to felony Bail Jumping, a second amended felony charge of Possession with Intent to Deliver Narcotics was dismissed but read into the record. Last April, officers were dispatched to a residence in the Town of Lebanon following reports of two men wearing masks barging-in while the occupants were present. The duo left with prescriptions medications. Hayes’s girlfriend contacted police and said that Hayes told her that he and an accomplice committed the “perfect crime.” The 28-year-old told his girlfriend where the crime took place, said they wore masks and stole pills. The girlfriend also provided police with messages from Hayes that alluded to criminal activity. When interviewed by police, Hayes said he was with his mother on the day of the crime and the mother initially supported the claim. But after a second phone call, she told authorities that Hayes might have been with her the day before the crime. In addition to prison, Hayes will be placed on extended supervision for three years.