A Horicon man accused of burglarizing the Marshland Pharmacy last April was in court for an arraignment hearing yesterday. John J. Hady stood mute and the court entered a “not guilty” plea on his behalf. Hady is charged with felony Possession and misdemeanor Criminal Damage to Property and Receiving Stolen Property. The 23-year-old is still on probation for burglarizing the same pharmacy back in 2008. This time, authorities say Hady used a rock to smash the front window. He reportedly got away with 13,000 pills and $1400 cash. One month later, a camper was broken into that was parked right in front of Hady’s residence and he reportedly left evidence at the scene. When investigators questioned Hady inside his residence they allegedly came across a several large pill bottles; one was labeled “morphine sulfate.” A subsequent search of the premises turned up prescription bottles consistent with those taken from Marshland Pharmacy. If convicted, Hady faces over 18 years in prison.