GLYNN COUNTY, Fla. – Four people were arrested in connection with several car break-ins early Monday morning.
Glynn County police said they received a call about a suspicious car in the Fox Run apartment complex at 100 Walden Shores Drive at about 1:30 a.m.
The caller told police that several people got out of the car and were walking around the complex parking lot checking for unlocked vehicles.
Officers stopped the car minutes later in the complex area, and four people in the car, all of Brunswick, were arrested and charged with four counts of entering auto.
They were a 16-year-old, 18-year-old Jerrell Thomas, 20-year-old Alfreda Bullard and 19-year-old Maliek Palmer.
Police said there was one report of a car break-in that night at an Outback Steakhouse on St. Simons Island in which a $150 purse and a $1,500 laptop were reported stolen. The items were recovered.
A book bag, sleeping bag and flashlight were reported stolen in a car break-in at 500 Mall Blvd. The book bag and sleeping bag were recovered.
A camera, cellphone, cash, checks and miscellaneous items were also reported stolen from an unlocked car at the same location. Several of those items were recovered.
And another car break-in was reported at the same location, but details on what was reported stolen were not available.