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Police Arrest Man Allegedly Breaking Into Closed Teppanyaki Grill

Police in Worcester have arrested a man attempting to kick in the door of a former Japanese restaurant.

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    Police Arrest Man Allegedly Breaking Into Closed Teppanyaki Grill
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    Police in Worcester have arrested a man attempting to kick in the door of a former Japanese restaurant.

    Jimmy Kang, 41, is charged with Breaking & Entry, Defacement of Property and Aggravated Burglary, among other charges.

    In the early hours of Friday, Worcester police were dispatched to Millbury street for reports of a man attempting to break into the former business site of "Takara," a Japanese teppanyaki grill.

    The caller told officers that a suspect was in a black Mercedes on Harding street.

    Police officers located the vehicle with Kang inside.

    According to police, an initial search revealed a Heineken in his driver's side door, and two .45 caliber ammunition cartridges in Kang's pocket.

    A more thorough search of the area located a handgun in a fenced-in area near the damaged, former door of Takara.

    Kang does not have a license to carry firearms. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Worcester District Court.

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