Felony theft and burglary charges have been filed against Piper City teenagers for their roles in a school break-in IN Piper City. All are charged with felonies for allegedly breaking into Tri-Point Junior High School and stealing computers and other related equipment.
All five face charges of burglary, theft and criminal damage to state-supported property. The break-in occurred this month at the Tri-Point Junior High School in Piper City.
The suspects include 18-year-old Edward R. King, 18-year-old Colin Movern, 19-year-old Pedro Ramirez; 18-year-old Jeremiah Woodworth, and 20-year-old Nicholas Raimondo.
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