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Parisio Trial, Jaywalk Supporter, Wolverines' Title Top Stories

Other top headlines include report of a stolen coin collection jar and Larry Sapienza's return to work.

Warren Patch found lots of news to report this week, and these were the top stories this week:

After 16 months, there's still no trial date set for William Parisio, charged wth the murder of Warren student Pamela Schmidt.

When police stopped two women in Morristown for jaywalking, one Warren women stepped up to their defense.

After a dramatic come-from-behind win in the District 12 championship, the Wolverines did it again...for the state title.

Warren police received a report of a petty thief, taking a coin collection jar.

Those following the stories about fired Warren Township Library Circulation Supervisor Larry Sapienza learned the latest: he's back at work but not in his old job.

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