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Boardman break-in suspect behind bars

BOARDMAN, Ohio - Boardman Police made another arrest in connection with the recent rash of car break-ins.

24-year-old Jay Weston is charged with theft, resisting arrest and criminal mischief for more than a dozen car invasions in the area of West Boulevard.

A number of the crimes happened at the Boulevard Club Apartment Complex where the suspect lives.

Police say a number of the victims left their car doors unlocked.

 

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