By Jim Wallace - bio | email
Lee Co., GA (WALB) – Seventeen-year-old Yorel Jenkins and his 15-year-old brother were each charged with at least six counts of criminal trespass, as well as obstruction charges.
Sheriff Reggie Rachals said the two teens ran from a deputy about 11:00 Wednesday morning.
The Georgia State Patrol helicopter and bloodhounds from the Mitchell County Correctional Institute were brought in to hunt for the teens.
The 15-year-was caught about 3:00, and the 17-year-old was found last night.
Jenkins is being held in the Lee County jail.
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