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2 security guards charged with stealing up to $100,000 in collections from Chicago cathedral

CHICAGO - Two former security guards at Holy Name Cathedral have been charged with burglarizing the historic church and stealing as much as $100,000 in collections, according to Chicago police.

Jarrell Patterson, 22, and Artemio Calderon, 25, were each charged Sunday night with one felony count of burglary. They both had worked for Monterrey Security, the cathedral's sole provider of security for the past

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