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Man charged with burglary of school

Patrick Jones (Source: LMDC) Patrick Jones (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man has been arrested after he was found committing a burglary at a school.

According to an arrest report, police were called to Evangel School, 5400 Minors Lane, around 12:20 p.m. Aug. 3 after someone observed a man in the school. The man had left by the time police arrived, but a witness was able to give them a description.

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As officers were driving around the area, someone flagged them down and said the man they were looking for was in the 5500 block of Minyard. When police arrived there a woman told the person they were looking for had just walked up her house.

Police finally found the man, identified as Patrick C. Jones, 38, of Louisville. A small packet believed to be meth was found on Jones during a search. Another person told police Jones dropped a small box containing Honor Society Cross pens from his pockets as police pulled up.

Jones was arrested on charges of burglary and possession of meth.

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