CRISP CO., Ga. (WALB) - Two suspects in a string of entering autos in Crisp County have been arrested, according to the sheriff’s office.
Sheriff Billy Hancock said just this past weekend, over 11 vehicles were broken into and valuables were taken, which included guns.
Kabrion Young, 19, and Jasperen Williams were arrested in connection to the entering autos.
Young was charged with 12 counts of entering autos, possession of a firearm during the commission of crime and theft by receving stolen property.
Williams is charged with theft by receiving stolen property.
Deputies recovered a Browning 270 rifle, a Ruger 9mm, multiple debit and credit cars and numerous electronics. The sheriff’s office said they are still investigating the entering auto cases.
The sheriff is warning residents to be aware of their surroundings as they begin shopping for the holiday season.
The U.S. Marshal Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force assisted the sheriff’s office in the arrests.