I think this is a loose cannon just waiting to do more than steal diapers.
All crime stinks. This one just happens to stink worse than others.
An Amherst, Wis., man has been sentenced to 30 months' probation after police caught him attempting to steal dirty diapers from a Portage County home.
Dillon Makuski, 20, was convicted of possession of burglary tools for the September incident, in which he was arrested while carrying six soiled diapers in his pockets, The Associated Press reports.
According to a criminal complaint obtained by The Stevens Point Journal, Makuski broke into the home after he failed to recover any diapers from a garbage bin outside.
He reportedly entered the garage and made his way into the basement before being confronted by the homeowner, who detained him until police arrived.
Makuski then admitted he broke into the residence because he likes to wear diapers and thought he might find some inside. When asked whether he entered the house with the intent to steal diapers, Makuski allegedly stated yes.
Portage County Circuit Court Judge Frederic Fleishauer hit Makuski with two and a half years of probation and ordered him to perform 200 hours of community service and undergo a psychosexual examination.
But the judge ruled against prison time.
"I don't think your circumstance has demonstrated that need," he said.