Two Meadville women face charges resulting from a break-in at a Fifth Ward business in August.
Julie Holly Flint, 20, and Michelle Annamae Morris, 23, who both reside at 312 W. College St., were arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino on Monday.
Flint allegedly broke a window out of the front door of Fibro Tool and Gage on Aug. 26, causing nearly $800 in damage, according to the criminal complaint filed by police in the case.
Once the window was broken, Morris entered the business, according to the criminal complaint.
Flint faces a second degree felony charge of criminal trespass — breaking into structure and a third degree misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief.
Morris faces a third degree felony charge of criminal trespass.
Both women were released on $5,000 unsecured bond. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for both women on Oct. 21.