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Three Warren residents indicted under child torture and abuse statute

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WARREN, Ohio - The Trumbull County grand jury has handed up secret indictments against one woman and two men from Warren with child endangering.

29-year-old Colleen M. Stytle, 25-year-old Joseph L. Boone, and 25-year-old Robert A. Branch were each indicted on four counts of violating the Ohio statute making it a felony to torture or cruelly abuse a child.

Online Trumbull County court records do not give details of the alleged crimes or victims, but lists New Year's Day of this year as the date of the offense.

Court records show the last known address off all three suspects as 1725 Larchmont Avenue, Warren.

Colleen Stytle was also indicted on four counts of complicity to endanger children, complicity to falsification, and four misdemeanor counts of endangering children. Her pretrial is set for September 10 before Judge Andrew Logan.

Joseph Boone is scheduled to appear for a pretrial before Judge Ronald Rice on September 12 on the four felony as well as four misdemeanor endangering charges.

Robert Branch has a pretrial on September 18 in front of Judge Wyatt McKay.

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