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Alleged St. John’s serial thief hopes to set dates for second trial

April 15, 2021 – A St. John’s man charged in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins is hoping to set a date for his second trial.

Justin Chipman, 33, is facing 34 charges related to incidents between June and October 2020. Among them are charges of possessing stolen credit cards, unauthorized use of credit cards, theft under $5,000, fraud under $5,000, possession of stolen property — including a motor vehicle — flight from police, dangerous driving and breaching court orders. The earliest charges relate to a vehicle that was broken into by way of a smashed window while parked near the Fluvarium during daylight in June. Chipman is accused of using credit cards that were stolen in the break-in. The Telegram reports. | READ MORE