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Beloit Man Facing Charges Including Criminal Damage to Property

In an update to a story we initially brought you on June 10 regarding burglaries that took place in Walworth County where two suspects involved rammed a squad car; yesterday Beloit resident 36 year old Michael P. Dunaway was given a $20 thousand bond for the charges of two counts of taking and driving a vehicle without consent, two counts of felony bail jumping, and 5 counts of criminal damage to property. He was ordered not to possess or consume alcohol, and he cannot possess any firearms, ammunition or other weapons. Dunaway must have no contact with six involved victims, and he must avoid their residence, place of employment, or any place they are located. Dunaway has an upcoming court appearance on September 19 at 1:15 p.m.

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