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Kittanning man found not guilty of trespass

| Monday, January 25, 2010 12:00 a.m

A Kittanning man was found not guilty of criminal trespass this week by District Judge J. Gary DeComo, who said the man’s actions did not rise to the level of a criminal charge.

Jack Lee Zydonik Jr., who was 43 at the time of the incident, had been cited after he was on property owned by the Pony Farm Trap and Gun Club on Pony Farm Road at an unspecified date and time, according to a December police report.

A hearing on the matter was held Thursday morning in front of DeComo.

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