EASTON — Easton police on Thursday, Aug. 8, cited a Cambridge woman for trespassing on private property.

Police said officers responded to 36 S. West St., an apartment complex owned by the Neighborhood Service Center. Officers met with the property manager, who reported Uniqua C. Jackson, 28, of Cambridge was continuing to trespass on the property despite being told she was not welcome, police said.

The officer met with Jackson, who admitted to entering the property after being asked not to, police said. She was released after being issued criminal citation.

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