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Man implicated in group with stolen goods pleads not guilty

Dickinson resident James Gannon, 33, pleaded not guilty to two counts of possession of stolen property Monday during an arraignment at Stark County Courthouse.

Dickinson resident James Gannon, 33, pleaded not guilty to two counts of possession of stolen property Monday during an arraignment at Stark County Courthouse.

Gannon was arrested, along with Dickinson residents Brittany Bruntmyer and Jimmy Monday, on Nov. 30 for possession of stolen property associated with a number of burglaries that occurred in the Dickinson area.

Reeder resident Jeremy Mellmer initially escaped arrest and became involved in a standoff with police before he suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Gannon allegedly possessed a .22-caliber rifle and a .40 caliber pistol that had been stolen. He was charged with two Class C felonies.

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