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Police Report

| Monday, March 10, 2008

The following releases were issued by the state police:

WAYNE -- Charges of burglary and criminal trespass are pending against a suspect (not identified by police at this time) following a break-in at St. Michael's Church between 2 and 4 p.m. Thursday. Police said the rear door to the church was kicked in but nothing appeared to be taken from the church. Damage to the door was $1,500.

ELDERTON -- A 15-year-old Elderton High School student (not identified by police) was found in possession of a small amount of suspected marijuana at 11:35 p.m. Thursday. Charges are pending in juvenile court.

BETHEL -- Deanna Harper, 34, told police that credit cards were issued in her name to a person living out of state on Oct. 7, 2007 and $122 in purchases were made on the cards.

FORD CLIFF -- Donna Elizabeth Ament, 46, of Worthington was charged with public drunkenness after police received several calls reporting that she was outside of 700 Painter Ave. causing a disturbance at 9:59 p.m. Friday.

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