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Indictment reveals ages of alleged victims in Warren child endangering case

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WARREN, Ohio - An indictment reveals new information about the alleged victims of three Warren residents who face a total of 27 criminal counts, the most serious of which is child endangering.

The three, whose last known address was a residence on Larchmont Avenue, are accused of crimes against children that include some form of torture.  29-year-old, Colleen M. Stytle faces 14 charges and is jailed on $50,000 bond.

Authorities say the five alleged victims are ages three to 11.

25-year-old, Joseph Lee Boone faces nine charges, and 25-year-old, Robert Allen Branch faces four charges.

All three adults were indicted by a grand jury in Trumbull County last week.

Trumbull County Children Services is involved in the investigation.

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