Men arrested for breaking into cars

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Investigators caught two men early this morning breaking into cars in the Woodhaven Apartment complex at 1840 Killingsworth Road Friday morning.

Alonzo Murray, 19, and Michael Henderson, 18, both from Augusta, are charged with entering an automobile, according to Richmond County Sheriff’s Investigator Kendall Brown.

A caller alerted police that two men were seen prying windows back on vehicles in the parking lot at about 2:45 a.m., Investigator Brown said. The men were seen carrying a purse stolen from one of the cars when deputies arrived on the scene and arrested them.

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JFJ
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JFJ 07/31/09 - 08:43 am
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Good job!

Good job!

MJDW
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MJDW 07/31/09 - 08:51 am
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Keep them in jail!!

Keep them in jail!!

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aftbrn 07/31/09 - 08:51 am
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I hope these are the bastards

I hope these are the bastards that broke into my car and stole the stereo deck out of it. Lock em up and throw away the key. Most likely already back out on the streets.

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Dan White 07/31/09 - 09:36 am
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A good citizen doing the job

A good citizen doing the job to call the cops with a suspected burglary taking place just like the concerned citizen in Cambridge did when she thought people were breaking into a house near her. I wonder if Obama will say the Richmond Police acted stupidly in this case too.

1of the frontrowgang
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1of the frontrowgang 07/31/09 - 10:05 am
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amen greenjacket.

amen greenjacket.

storiesihaveread
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storiesihaveread 07/31/09 - 10:10 am
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Congrats to the caller

Congrats to the caller stepping up and calling the police. Good job to the RCSD. LOL at Green jacket

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Craig Spinks 07/31/09 - 10:43 am
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Would anyone want each

Would anyone want each suspect, if he is convicted, to receive more than one "second chance?"

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FedupwithAUG 07/31/09 - 11:03 am
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There should be some system

There should be some system in place that requires Pawn shops to report all the items people hock. This list should be supplied to the police. That way the police can see what these people have hocked in the past. They could then compair this list to previous robberies and charge this guys for more crime so they get more jail time.

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