EUCLID -- U.S. Marshals on Friday announced the arrest of a convicted sex offender accused of breaking into schools to steal yearbooks.

Jon Titter, 38, was taken into custody at his E. 264th Street home in Euclid Friday. Titter was wanted by Willoughby police and the Geauga County Sheriff's Office for burglarizing a Willoughby area school, as well as Hawken School.

Police say Titter broke into Hawken School to steal yearbooks. When officers searched his home, a Hawken School yearbook was seized.

Titter was previously arrested in June for allegedly breaking into other schools in the east side suburbs, including Hunting Valley and Shaker Heights. Police said Titter entered schools without authorization during night hours.

Court records indicate Titter is a registered sex offender, having been convicted in 2004 of "illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material." He served nearly four years in prison.

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