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Greenville men tied to burglaries, murder suspect

Troy Bush (L) and T.J. Bush (R) ( Source: Elmore Co. Sheriff's Dept.) Troy Bush (L) and T.J. Bush (R) ( Source: Elmore Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
WETUMPKA, AL (WSFA) -

Two Greenville men are being held at the Elmore County Jail in connection to numerous burglaries in which a large number of guns were stolen. The men are also tied to the suspects in the murder case of 20-year-old Anna Cardwell.

Sheriff Bill Franklin said Thomas Justin "T.J." Bush, 18 and Troy Bush, 21, are charged with first-degree burglary and first-degree robbery. They were arrested over the weekend.

The men are believed to be responsible for as many as six burglaries and a home invasion, the latter of which Josh Caspari, the confessed killer of Cardwell, is said to have been involved.

Sheriff Franklin said the Bushes are friends with both Caspari and another man, Cody Abernathy, who is charged with hindering prosecution in relation to Cardwell's murder.

Franklin and his investigators seized more than 60 guns after searching Caspari's home. He says now it's a matter of sorting through the guns and connecting them to individual burglaries.

Both Bushes are being held on bonds of $60,000.

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