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3 Thomasville teens charged after car break-ins

Authorities say 3 teens broke into 3 vehicles at the Archbold Memorial Hospital parking lot Saturday morning Authorities say 3 teens broke into 3 vehicles at the Archbold Memorial Hospital parking lot Saturday morning
Police later found the three teenagers shooting a stolen gun in the air at Villa North Apartments. Police later found the three teenagers shooting a stolen gun in the air at Villa North Apartments.
17-year-old Cornelius Robinson is charged with reckless conduct, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, entering auto and gang  participation. 17-year-old Cornelius Robinson is charged with reckless conduct, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, entering auto and gang  participation.
17-year-old Jacques Hill is charged with reckless conduct and gang participation. 17-year-old Jacques Hill is charged with reckless conduct and gang participation.
18-year-old Marvin Nimox is charged with reckless conduct. 18-year-old Marvin Nimox is charged with reckless conduct.
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Three teenagers were released after being charged with stealing a gun from a car in a hospital parking lot. 

Authorities said that three cars were broken into at the Archbold Memorial Hospital parking lot Saturday morning between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m.

Officials say that a console, wallet and gun were stolen from the vehicles.

Police later found the three teenagers shooting the stolen gun in the air at Villa North Apartments.

"Later that afternoon when we were investigating some shooting incidents, some young men were in the vehicle shooting. We were able to get them stopped and it was determined at that  time that the gun that was stolen from Archbold was actually used in these shootings," said Lt. Eric Hampton of the Thomasville Police.

17-year-old Cornelius Robinson is charged with reckless conduct, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, entering auto and gang  participation. 17-year-old Jacques Hill is charged with reckless conduct and gang participation. 18-year-old Marvin Nimox is charged with reckless conduct.    

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