Break-in reported at Holy Trinity Middle School
A homeless Charlotte man has been charged with several counts following a break-in at Holy Trinity Middle School in Charlotte on June 11.
An employee discovered 52-year-old Rodney Allen Jones in the school's gymnasium early in the morning. Police were called and Jones was charged with a number of felonies including breaking and entering and indecent exposure.
Prior to his being in the gym, Jones apparently broke into the concession stand on the school's football field where a soft drink machine was damaged.
Jones has no apparent connection to the school. He is being held at Mecklenburg County Jail-Central. The school year was over when the incident occurred and there were no students or faculty on the campus.
— David Hains
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