MURRIETA (CNS) - A felon pleaded guilty today to felony charges related to using a pipe to smash windows at a Temecula elementary school while students were in classes. Raymond Dewey Amick, 38, of Temecula, was arrested Aug. 27 and faced charges of burglary, vandalism, disturbing the peace and loitering at a school in session. During a felony settlement conference at the Southwest Justice Center on Tuesday, Amick admitted to the felony charges of vandalism and burglary, but still faces misdemeanor charges of disturbing the peace and loitering at a school in session. He is scheduled to be sentenced on the admitted felony charges on Jan. 12. According to Sgt. Joseph Greco of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, at about 2 p.m. on Aug. 27, the defendant began roaming the grounds of R
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