Henderson County deputies said three suspects in an August gas station robbery have been linked to a string of break-ins and vandalism.
The sheriff's office said the suspects were initially charged in connection with a robbery that occurred at the Etowah Quality Plus gas station on August 28.
The suspects were able to get away with cigarettes, vape devices, and an unknown amount of cash, deputies said.
According to the sheriff's office, 21-year-old Matthew Caleb Miller and 17-year-old Charles Richard Gann, both of Etowah, later surrendered at the Henderson County Jail.
Additionally, a 16-year-old juvenile involved in the break-in also surrendered at the jail.
All three were charged with felony breaking and entering, and were each released on a $4,000 secured bond.
Deputies said the three suspects are now linked to various break-ins and cases of vandalism in the area since May.
The sheriff's office said Miller has been charged with the following: felony breaking and entering and larceny felony breaking and entering felony larceny after breaking and entering misdemeanor injury to real property Deputies said Gann faces the following charges: felony breaking and entering and larceny three counts of felony breaking and entering three counts of felony larceny after breaking and entering three counts of misdemeanor injury to real propertyAccording to the sheriff's office, the juvenile suspect was charged with felony breaking and entering and felony larceny after breaking and entering.
Another 16-year-old juvenile not associated with the Quality Plus break-in has also been charged with the related break-ins and vandalism at Etowah Park, deputies said.
According to deputies, he has been charged with felony larceny after breaking and entering and one misdemeanor account of injury to real property.
The sheriff's office said the total damages and theft of property during the incidents exceeded $5, 400.
All four suspects remain in the Henderson County Jail.
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