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Four Watertown residents were accused Saturday of trespassing at Living Waters Fellowship Church, 709 Pearl St.

Charged by city police with third-degree criminal trespass were Mykle J.R. Shaulis Sr., 27, of 208 Francis St., Upper Apt.; Todd A. Schneider, 22, of 717 Myrtle Ave.; Jonathan T. Terpstra, 23, of 551 Coffeen St., and Jamie N. Feltman, 22, of 280 State St., Apt. A.

Police allege that Mr. Shaulis, Mr. Schneider and Mr. Terpstra scaled an 8-foot-tall cinder block wall “that encloses the rear of the building and is designed to exclude intruders,” while Ms. Feltman acted as a lookout and drove the getaway vehicle, a 2011 Jeep, according to a report.

The vehicle was quickly stopped in the 900 block of Pearl Street, police said.

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