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Warren man accused of forcing 11-year-old to help him steal



Published: Wed, April 24, 2013 @ 2:42 a.m.

WARREN

A 33-year-old Charles Avenue Southeast man has pleaded innocent to misdemeanor child endangering and other charges. He is accused of forcing an 11-year-old boy to help him steal wire from a telephone pole on Charles Street early Tuesday.

Timothy Woodyard was arraigned Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court on petty theft, child endangering and possession of criminal tools, all misdemeanors. A judge set bond at $7,500.

Police officers, acting on a tip, arrived at f Charles Avenue and South Street at 12:10 a.m. and observed the two cutting wires from a telephone pole.

Police were told Woodyard forced the boy to participate in the crime. The boy is the son of Woodyard’s girlfriend, police said.


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1NilesOhio(724 comments)posted 1 year, 5 months ago

If the liberals could adjust this story, the headlines would read "Authorities interfere with man trying to teach his trade to a young man."

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