Convicted sex offender accused of breaking into schools appears in court

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SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio-- The man accused of breaking into school on the east side appeared in court via video Friday morning.

Jon Charles Titter, 38, of Euclid, charged with breaking and entering at University School in Shaker Heights.

During his appearance in Shaker Heights Municipal Court, entered a plea of not guilty. Bond was set at $750,000. He has another hearing set for July 5.

Police said Titter stole items like yearbooks, books and keys. He's also suspected of breaking into Gilmour Academy in Gates Mills.

Titter is a registered sex offender and has a prior conviction for illegal use of minors in nudity-oriented material with a sexual motivation, according to court records.

He was identified by his neighbor, who saw surveillance photos on FOX 8 News.

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