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Albertville Police arrest man suspected in several thefts

Jonathan Lynn Thrasher was arrested by Albertville Police for thefts in Etowah County. (Source: Etowah County Detention Center) Jonathan Lynn Thrasher was arrested by Albertville Police for thefts in Etowah County. (Source: Etowah County Detention Center)
ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Albertville Police arrested a man suspected in multiple thefts in Etowah County.

Jonathan Lynn Thrasher, of Dawson, Alabama is charged with three counts of burglary, one count of breaking and entering a vehicle, and three counts of theft.

Sardis Police Officers report finding Thrasher in a home on November 8, but he got away. Officers found his vehicle and found stolen items inside the car.

Albertville Police arrested Thrasher Tuesday Night. He was taken to the Etowah County Detention Center.

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