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2 people in Troy face 35 counts in rash of burglaries

Published: Monday, February 05, 2018 @ 10:54 AM
By: Nancy Bowman - Contributing Writer

TROY - Two Troy residents facing multiple indictments for burglaries across Miami County pleaded not guilty Monday during arraignments in county Common Pleas Court.

Mark D. Burgin, 38, faces 18 counts of burglary along with felony engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, conspiracy to engage in corrupt activity, safe cracking and five firearms specifications.

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Angela Roberts, 30, faces 17 counts of burglary along with engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, conspiracy to engage in a pattern of corrupt activity and five firearms specifications.

Locally, Burgin and Roberts are accused of participating in burglaries last year in Bethel, Monroe and Springcreek townships.

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They also are accused of burglaries over an eight-month period from Northern Kentucky to Miami County, said Paul Watkins, assistant county prosecutor.

Watkins asked for high bail, citing the number of offenses involved.

Judge Jeannine Pratt set bail of $250,000 each for Roberts and Burgin.