EAST CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Authorities in northeast Ohio have found a dozen military markers allegedly stolen from the graves of veterans after arresting a burglary suspect.
WEWS in Cleveland on Thursday reported that Stark County sheriff's deputies found the markers from World War I, World War II and the Korean War in the car that 41-year-old James Cefalo was driving before being arrested.
The sheriff's office says the markers were found along GPS units that allegedly had been stolen and a cellphone.
A Canton judge has set Cefalo's bond at $100,000 on charges of burglary and receiving stolen property.
Cefalo's public defender could not be reached for comment.
Sheriff George Maier says the department hasn't received theft reports from local cemeteries. He says investigators have notified other law enforcement agencies looking for leads.
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