Corry man, 20, waives hearing on charges he stole from elderly relative

State constable Brett Sproveri, left, escorts Brandon McDonald from District Judge Brenda Nichols’ office Friday morning after McDonald waived a preliminary hearing on burglary and related charges. Journal photo by Maryann Mook

A 20-year-old Corry man waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday morning in District Judge Brenda Nichols’ office on charges of burglary, criminal crespass (breaking into a structure) and theft by unlawful taking.

Brandon Scott McDonald, of 370 E. Pleasant St., is accused of burglarizing the residence of an 85-year-old relative in the 500 block of Liberty Street between Aug. 24 and Aug. 28, and stealing old and foreign currency and valuable jewelry.

See the Journal’s Saturday, September 24th edition for full story.

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