Two Cleveland area women were arrested at the Triangle Heritage Museum, just west of town, on Friday, March 22. They were both booked on charges of unlawful intrusion upon land and trespass prohibited.
According to Cleveland Police Chief Clint Stout’s probable cause affidavits, a member of the museum’s board of directors alerted the police to the incident upon discovering the doors of the museum were open as she drove by on Hwy. 64. Realizing there were people inside who she believed did not have permission, she contacted police.
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