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Three businesses vandalized Wednesday morning

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The doors and window to a building located along 13th Street in downtown Columbus are damaged as of Wednesday afternoon. According to the Columbus Police Department, three businesses -- Valencia Salon and Spa, Salon.cek, 2411 13th St. and the Platte Valley Playhouse Foundation -- were vandalized early Wednesday morning. A Columbus woman has been arrested, a CPD press release says. 

Editor's note: As of Thursday morning, this story has been updated to include the name of the individual arrested in connection with the incident.

A woman has been charged with criminal mischief following the vandalism of three businesses in downtown Columbus on Wednesday.

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According to the Columbus Police Department, officers responded to a vandalism in progress at Valencia Salon and Spa, 2417 13th St.; Salon.cek, 2411 13th St.; and the Platte Valley Playhouse Foundation, 2412 13th St., at about 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday. All three businesses are located in downtown Columbus. 

A Wednesday afternoon CPD press release states that a 33-year-old Columbus woman was arrested in connection with the damage. CPD Capt. Douglas Molczyk told the Telegram Thursday morning that Trisha A. Ott, 33, of Columbus, was charged with criminal mischief for the vandalisms. 

More information will be release as it becomes available.

Contact the Columbus Telegram newsroom at news@columbustelegram.com.

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