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Mansfield Police Serve Search Warrants In Abon Coin Probe

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/25/2014

Mansfield Police serve search warrants today at 125 and 129 Chilton Avenue, looking for stolen property and two suspects. The SWAT team was called-in to force entry after repeated requests to come out were not answered by 23-year-old Filipe Dusi and 26-year-old Haylee Partin. They were among a number of people who showed up to sell stolen property at Abon Cards and Coins at 115 Park Avenue West Wednesday afternoon, when the U-S Secret Service and F- B-I were raiding the business. Police Chief Ken Coontz says the property Dusi and Partin tried to sell was determined to have been stolen from a residence in Richland County. The SWAT team was called in because the stolen property included high-powered weapons. As of late afternoon, the couple had not been found inside 125 Chilton, and police were deciding whether to force entry into 129 Chilton.

Update: After a 12 hour standoff, Filipe Dusi and Haylee Partin were taken into custody after they were found hiding in the attic of the home at 129 Chilton Ave.

They were charged with receiving stolen property, according to Mansfield PD.

   
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