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Criminal Summons Served for Easton Man

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EASTON, Md. – An Easton man has been served a criminal summons for theft scheme.

Easton police said Richard Eugene Keyser, 47, is being formally charged with one count of theft scheme $1,000 to $10,000, four counts of theft under $1,000, one count of theft under $100, and five counts of trespassing on private property

Police said charging documents show Keyser entered the Safeway Grocery Store located on Bay Street in Easton on dates from Jan. 1 through Feb. 23 and allegedly stole merchandise each time. This information was all according to the statement provided by the alleged victim to the Easton Police Department, which investigated the matter.

Police said they applied for and received charges for Keyser on Feb. 24 on all counts aforementioned. Police were in contact with Keyser after the summons was issued. He was released on his signature pending trial in this case.

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