Authorities say William J. Harrison, 42, of Struthers has admitted committing a series of burglaries
Authorities say William J. Harrison, 42, of Struthers has admitted committing a series of burglaries within the past month. Here's a list of pending charges and investigations:
Boardman: Six burglaries.
Campbell Municipal Court: Six burglaries.
Hubbard Township: Two burglary charges likely, which may be directly presented to a grand jury, said Detective Mike Begeot.
Mahoning County Sheriff's Department: Checking to see if property recovered matches any taken in burglaries in outlying townships, such as Canfield.
Struthers Municipal Court: Five burglaries. At arraignment Wednesday, Judge James R. Lanzo set bond at $500,000 cash or surety. A preliminary hearing is set for 9:45 a.m. Monday. Harrison also was convicted of driving under suspension and given 180 days in jail and one year's probation.
Trumbull County Common Pleas Court: Harrison charged with four counts of breaking and entering, four counts of theft and one count of auto theft. The crimes occurred last summer in Hubbard Township. He missed a pretrial that had been scheduled for Wednesday, and it will be reset. The case is pending in Judge W. Wyatt McKay's court.
Youngstown Municipal Court: Six counts of burglary (one added Wednesday after authorities said his fingerprints were found in a house on Sheridan), receiving stolen property and driving under suspension. On Monday, Judge Elizabeth A. Kobly set bond at $100,000 cash or surety on the receiving stolen property charge, and he's due back in court at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday. On Jan. 24, he was released on his own recognizance on the driving under suspension charge and will be back in court for that charge at 9:30 a.m. March 7.
Source: Area police departments and courts