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Computer equipment stolen from area library

Citrus County sheriff's deputies are investigating a break-in at the Homosassa public library sometime between 5 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Tuesday. Spokeswoman Gail Tierney said someone broke a side window at the library at 5530 S Mason Creek Road and stole about $1,500 in computer equipment. wo monitors, two keyboards, one printer and a phone/fax machine were reported missing.

Shrimp boat laborer

accused of break-in

INGLIS _ An Inglis shrimp boat laborer who was arrested in November for his involvement in a burglary was arrested again Tuesday afternoon on charges that he helped someone pry open a window at an Inglis mobile home, reports say. Donald William Carbary, 18, of N Northwood Drive, Apt. 44, was being held at the county jail in lieu of $7,500 bail. Carbary is accused in the July 14 burglary, when authorities say he helped another man steal a security box from a home on N Ginny Lane Point. Arrest reports say Carbary gave a taped statement to authorities about his involvement in the case.

Dunnellon teens

accused of break-ins

DUNNELLON _ Several Dunnellon teenagers were arrested Tuesday and Wednesday for their part in a series of break-ins in the Dunnellon areas. Michael Robert Lozito, 19, of 2121 W Howard Place, was being held at the Citrus County Jail on three counts of armed burglary. His bail was set at $37,500. Citrus County sheriff's officials also arrested two juveniles who face similar charges. The juveniles were turned over to the Department of Juvenile Justice. More charges and arrests are expected. One of the burglaries dates back to June 30, when several teens broke into a home on Arcadia Way and stole four guns, baseball cards and other sports memorabilia. The other charges stem from two break-ins on Ocean Drive. All three homes were unoccupied at the time of the break-ins.