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Missing teen, adult face charges



Published: Wed, November 25, 2009 @ 1:30 p.m.

NEW WATERFORD — New Waterford Police Chief Dan Haueter said Wednesday he has warrants for the arrest of Sebastian Bragg, 14, of New Waterford, who ran away from home Nov. 18, and for Andrew Toarmina, 22, who has lived in the New Waterford area.

Haueter said that Bragg faces a charge of being unruly, which is a charge applicable to youths. Toarmina faces a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a misdemeanor.

The chief said that he does not believe there has been any foul play.

A media report said that there had been a state-wide alert for Bragg. Haueter said he has talked daily with the boy’s father but was unaware of any alert. People with information on the whereabouts of the pair should call New Waterford police at (330) 457-2444.


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