|Man arraigned for series of N.B. break-ins|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 07 June 2013 09:30|
The case of a North Baltimore man charged with more than two dozen break-ins in the village will be "bound over" or sent to Wood County Common Pleas Court.
Dominic J. Norway, 20, is charged with breaking and entering and receiving stolen property, both felonies. Additional charges are pending, said police Chief Allan Baer.
Norway was recently arraigned in Bowling Green Municipal Court.
Norway is accused of 10 garage and 15 car break-ins during a roughly two-week period in the village in May.
Personal items, loose change, checks and frozen food were taking during the crime spree, Baer said.
North Baltimore Police were able to link Norway with the crimes through a stolen check. He was arrested at a South Poe Road apartment in the village.
During the course of the investigation, officers also apprehended Norway's mother, Lisa Norway, 42 ,of Cleveland, and stepfather, Lundy Hawthorne, 58, also of Cleveland, who were wanted for parole violations. Drug charges are also pending against the pair.
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