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Warren woman appears in court in child abuse case

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WARREN, Ohio - A Warren woman indicted on felony child endangering charges appears in court.

Last week, Colleen M. Stytles, 29, pleaded not guilty to the 14 counts she faces.

Two men also face charges in the case, both Joseph L. Boone, 25, and Robert A. Branch, were each indicted on four counts of violating the Ohio statue making it a felony to torture or cruelly abuse children.

The charges are in connection with allegedly torturing or abusing four children between the ages of 6 and 12.

All three suspects have a last known address of 1725 Larchmont Avenue. Trumbull County Children Services can not comment on the pending case, but can confirm the children are safe.

Styles is set to appear back in Judge Andrew Logan's court for a pre-trial September 17.

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