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Three suspects arrested in connection with a string of crimes in Columbus

Nicholas Jemese Thomas, 19. Photo source: Columbus Police Department Nicholas Jemese Thomas, 19. Photo source: Columbus Police Department
Terrence Lamar Sanders, 21. Photo source: Columbus Police Department Terrence Lamar Sanders, 21. Photo source: Columbus Police Department
Troy Hughes, 19. Photo source: Columbus Police Department Troy Hughes, 19. Photo source: Columbus Police Department
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Three suspects have been arrested in connection with a string of crimes across Columbus.

Nicholas Thomas, Terrence Sanders, and Troy Hughes are accused of being involved in armed home invasions, armed robberies of individuals who were present during the home invasions, and other individuals who were victims of armed robbery not associated with the home invasions.

Police say the suspects are also accused of hijacking motor vehicles and various other criminal acts.

The Robbery-Homicide Unit of CPD is still investigating, and other charges are expected to be made on the three suspects in custody.

[Related: 2 wanted fugitives arrested for allegedly shooting cab driver]

Individual Charges are currently as follows:

Nicholas Jemese Thomas, 19, of Columbus, Ga: Hijacking a Motor Vehicle, Armed Robbery (14 cts), Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime (6 cts), Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Criminal Attempt Armed Robbery (3 cts), Entering an Auto

Terrence Lamar Sanders, 21, of Columbus, Ga: Hijacking a Motor Vehicle, Armed Robbery (14 cts), Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime (6 cts), Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Criminal Attempt Armed Robbery (3 cts), Entering an Auto

Troy Hughes, 19, of Columbus, Ga: : Armed Robbery (7cts), Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime.

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