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Man Arrested for String of Break-ins Will Face a Grand Jury

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PRINCETON (WVVA)-Zachary Harman, the man police say is responsible for a string of break-ins in Princeton, including theft from a woman's bedside, will face a Grand Jury.

In a preliminary hearing on Thursday, Magistrate Michael Flanigan found probable cause against the 19-year-old.

 PRINCETON (WVVA) - Police have made an arrest in a string of Mercer County break-ins.

Zachary A. Harman, 19, faces multiple charges in connection with break-ins in the Quail Valley and Shenandoah Estates communities of Princeton.

Det. Ellison with the Mercer County Sheriff's Office says they were able to track down Harman through a gift card he used that was stolen from a vehicle in Shenandoah Estates.

Items found in an apartment Harman was staying at -- including jewelry and guns -- also tie him to break-ins in Quail Valley.

Police say Harman has denied involvement in the crimes.

Harmon faces four felony charges of fraudulent use of a card, burglary and two counts of breaking and entering. He also faces eight misdemeanor charges.

Police say more charges are pending.

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