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Teen couple accused of 3-state crime spree charged as adults

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COLUMBUS, Ohio  — A teen couple accused in a three-state, six-day crime spree that authorities say ended because the pair couldn’t swim across the Ohio River have been charged as adults in Pennsylvania.

Sixteen-year-old Triston Kindle, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, and 15-year-old Rose May, of Sycamore, Ohio, have been charged in Pennsylvania with felony counts of aggravated assault and robbery. May is also charged with felony counts of criminal conspiracy, receiving stolen property and fleeing or trying to elude a police officer.

The two were taken into custody Saturday in West Virginia. Authorities say their crimes involved stolen vehicles, armed robbery and injuring a policeman.

The teens are charged as juveniles in West Virginia and will also likely face charges in Ohio.

Attempts to reach their families Wednesday were unsuccessful. The teens remain in custody.