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Jason Hight

Jason HightWATERVILLE — A man arrested earlier this month in connection with a burglary at the Ken-A-Set thrift store is now charged with three prior burglaries at the store as well as at three other downtown locations. In all, Jason Hight, 26, faces six counts of felony burglary, six counts of felony theft, four counts of criminal mischief and six counts of violation of conditional release, according to Deputy police Chief Charles Rumsey. Hight was arrested at 12:30 a.m. Jan. 10, when police found him hiding under a clothes rack inside Ken-A-Set, after he reportedly broke into the 1 College Ave. building through a basement window. Shortly after that, police discovered the Waterville Main Street office, at nearby 177 Main St., as well as Uptown Style, at 189 Main St., had been burglarized. (read more at Morning Sentinel)