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Police responding to burglary leads to person of interest

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Police vehicles line East Wayne Street during a Tuesday morning call regarding a burglary.

City of Warren Police responded to a call of an armed burglar on Tuesday.

Lindsey Markey, 31, of Warren, is charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, according to police.

“Officers responded to 116 Wayne St., in the City of Warren, to a report of a burglary in progress where the female suspect was armed with a gun,” City of Warren Police Chief Brandon Deppen said.

The reported weapon did not materialize.

“Officers responded and discovered that there was a theft in progress and no real guns were found,” Deppen said.

He said Markey may face additional charges “related to the theft… pending investigation.”

At the home, police found someone else of interest.

One of the victims — there were multiple people in the house at the time of the incident, according to police — was Clayton Roxberry.

Roxberry, 27, of Warren, was taken into custody on seven outstanding warrants.

In addition to City of Warren Police, City of Warren Fire Department, Warren County Sheriff’s Office, and Warren County Adult Probation responded to the scene.

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