WARREN — A Niles man pleaded not responsible to a cost of aggravated theft Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court docket in connection to a theft Monday at Warren Baking Co., in line with police and court docket information.
In line with a report, an worker of the bakery, 2216 Youngstown Street SE, stated she noticed a person climb over the entrance counter and seize the money register. When she tried to cease him, he pushed her and smashed the register on the ground.
The person took the cash, ran out of the entrance door and rode a bicycle away on Youngstown Street, the report states.
A witness instructed police he noticed a person taking the cash from the register as he walked into the bakery and threw a chunk of pizza crust on the man. The witness adopted the person onto Hazelwood Avenue SE, however misplaced him, the report states.
Two law enforcement officials noticed a person who match the outline and chased him earlier than taking a person into custody, the report states. He was returned to the bakery and recognized by the witness as the person who took the cash, the report states. Police discovered the person had the lacking cash, $179, the report states.
Charged within the theft is Alexander Lough, 40, 1433 Kearney St., Niles, who’s being held within the Trumbull County Jail with out bond. He’s due again in court docket Oct. 27.
Lough additionally faces two breaking and coming into fees filed Oct. 5 in Warren Municipal Court docket. He pleaded not responsible to the felony fees additionally heard Tuesday. Hearings for these circumstances are anticipated to be on the similar time subsequent week because the aggravated theft case listening to, in line with court docket information.
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