Two arrested for alleged breaking and entering, vandalism at Stark County Dog Warden's Office

CANTON, Ohio - Two men are in custody, accused of breaking into and damaging the Stark County Dog Warden's Office in Canton early Thursday.

The incident happened at 12:40 a.m. when Canton police said the county's office, located at 1801 Mahoning Rd. N.E., was a victim of  breaking and entering, then extensive vandalism in which the building itself, as well as fencing and several vehicles, were severally damaged.

They said the damage is estimated to add up to thousands of dollars.

Monday, the U.S. Marshal's Office arrested the police department's prime suspect on unrelated warrants and he was questioned about the vandalism case. The 21-year-old will be charged with breaking and entering, felony vandalism, felony theft and theft.

A second 21-year-old suspect was arrested Tuesday in relation to the incident. He will also face the same charges as the first suspect.

The investigation is still ongoing, according to police.

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