Three arrested in connection with two Liberty Technology burglaries

STAFF REPORTS :::

The Griffin Police Department on Tuesday made three arrests in connection with two burglaries that were committed over the past weekend at Liberty Technology located at 120 E. Taylor St. Arrested were Joseph Love, Ke’onta Deon Glass and a juvenile, all of Griffin.

All three suspects have been charged with one count of burglary. The two adults are being held at the Spalding County jail.

Over the weekend, officers from the Griffin Police Department responded to two separate reports of burglary at Liberty Technology.

The first occurred early Saturday morning Feb. 15. The second burglary was reported on Monday morning Feb. 17.

During both incidents, several electronic items such as iPads and laptop computers were stolen.

The scene was processed by GPD Crime Scene Investigators at which time they were able to develop leads that ultimately led them to two of the suspects.

During the investigation that was led by Sgt. Sommer Bales and Inv. Chip Johns with the assistance of several other members of the Criminal Investigations Division, they were able to recover some of the stolen items and identify a third suspect who was later picked up and interviewed by investigators.

As a result of the investigation Love, of 806 Pamela Drive, and the juvenile were charged with the burglary committed on Feb. 15 and both Love, the juvenile and Glass, of 328 N. 2nd St., were charged with the second burglary committed on Feb. 17.

Additional charges may be brought pending further investigation.

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