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Woman charged with trespassing to stand trial

November 12, 2002|by STACEY DANZUSO

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Waynesboro, Pa., woman accused of wandering uninvited into at least four Washington Township homes this spring and removing some items was allowed to withdraw her guilty plea in Franklin County Court.

Patricia Marie Ayazi, 14926 Wayne Highway, appeared before Judge Richard Walsh Wednesday and asked to withdraw her guilty plea. He agreed, and Ayazi, 43, will be scheduled for the January trial term. Court documents did not specify why Ayazi wanted to withdraw her plea.

Ayazi faces charges in four separate cases, including:

  • Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle for a Feb. 19 incident when Ayazi and a man allegedly went to Keystone Ford in Zullinger, Pa., at 10:30 a.m. to test drive a car. After repeated attempts to reach Ayazi when she did not return the car within an hour, the dealership finally contacted Washington Township Police at 7:30 p.m. for their assistance, according to court records.

  • Burglary, theft by unlawful taking, criminal trespass and possession of a controlled substance for a May 8 incident when two residents of Crawford Avenue in Washington Township said they awoke to find an unknown woman in their kitchens, court records show. In both instances, the woman told the residents she was looking for jumper cables. Two vials of prescription medicine were missing from one residence and later recovered on Ayazi, court records allege.

  • Criminal trespass, theft by unlawful taking and using an access device issued to another for an April 8 incident when a Washington Township man found an unknown woman in his living room who said she saw the house was for sale and decided to look around. The homeowner did not notice until more than a month later when his credit card statement came that his card had been stolen, court records said.

  • Conspiracy to forge or alter writing, for attempting to cash a check taken from a Washington Township man's home that was written out to someone else on April 25, according to court records. In that case the woman allegedly entered the residence through an unlocked door uninvited and talked to the homeowner for an hour before leaving, court records said.
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