Two charged for Pulaski home burglaries

Joshua Fair, Jr. (left) and John Dubois are accused of burglarizing homes in Pulaski Township this month.
Joshua Fair, Jr. (left) and John Dubois are accused of burglarizing homes in Pulaski Township.

PULASKI TWP., Pa. (WKBN) – Two men were charged for their roles in two home burglaries in Pulaski Township this month.

John Dubois and Joshua Fair, Jr., each of New Castle, were charged with burglary, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, receiving stolen property and criminal conspiracy, according to the Pulaski Township Police Department.

Police said the two men burglarized a home on High Hill Road in Pulaski Township on October 7. Four rifles, a bow and some coins were reported stolen during that burglary.

In addition, Dubois was also charged with criminal trespass and burglary for a burglary reported on Pine Glenn Road on October 13, according to police.

Both men were taken to Lawrence County Jail on $50,000 bonds.

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