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Austintown woman facing new charges in Boardman

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An Austintown woman with some unique facial tattoos faces new charges following her arrest by police in Boardman.

Twenty-seven-year-old Alyssa Zebrasky was booked into the Mahoning County jail Wednesday on theft and several drug-related charges.

She was also wanted on a warrant issued last week by a judge in Austintown after she failed to appear in court to answer a previous charge of obstructing justice.

That charge was filed after Austintown Police arrested Zebrasky and a man last month after she allegedly put up a fight as officers tried to question her.

Boardman Police were called after a Walmart employee reported that a woman had stolen a bag while leaving the store.

After arresting Zebrasky, the officer said a search of her purse turned up a hypodermic needle and baggies containing what Zabrasky admitted was Methamphetamine and a Suboxone pill.

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