Police: Man faces charges after trespassing Lowellville business

The owners noticed a shortage of copper, so police set up a camera to monitor the property

Michael Varchulik, charged with Breaking and Entering and Criminal Trespass.
LOWELLVILLE: Arrested Aug. 17 - Michael Varchulik, 47, charged with charged with breaking and entering and criminal trespassing

LOWELLVILLE, Ohio (WKBN) – An Edinburg man faces criminal charges after police say they caught him trespassing a Lowellville business’ property.

Michael Varchulik, 47, was arrested around 3:30 a.m. Thursday at Falcon Foundry.

Owners called police days before he was arrested when they noticed a shortage of copper.

Police said they set up a surveillance camera and saw Varchulik climbing a fence onto the property.

Varchulik was charged with breaking and entering and criminal trespassing.

He will appear in Struthers Municipal Court on Friday.

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