One of two teens charged in a break-in at Schultz School pleaded guilty to misdemeanor trespassing in Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court on Monday. Jonathan H. Dodson, 19, could be sentenced to up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500 at his sentencing hearing before Judge Gary Kamp on Dec. 22. Police arrested Dodson and Thomas L. Youngblood, 18, outside the empty Cape Girardeau School District building on Oct. 8 after finding a ground-floor window broken. A motion detector had shown movement inside the building. Youngblood's case is pending, and police said two juveniles also were involved in the incident.