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Grand jury indicts man in connection with burglaries

June 23, 2007

FREDERICK, Md. - A Frederick County grand jury has indicted a man on charges of burglarizing local residences and churches, according to a Frederick County Sheriff's Office press release.

Charles J. Williams, 55, was identified as a suspect in a series of area burglaries.

The indictment handed up on June 15 charges Williams with four counts of first-degree burglary, eight counts of second-degree burglary, 12 counts of fourth-degree burglary, 11 counts of theft greater than $500, 12 counts of malicious destruction of property less than $500, one count of attempted burglary greater than $500, one count of identity theft, three counts of stealing credit cards and eight counts of disclosing credit card numbers, according to the release.

A police list of 10 places that were burglarized in May includes seven churches. The stolen items ranged from music players to a PA system to a flagon and chalices, according to the release.

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