3 arrested in Auburn for burglary and theft charges - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

3 arrested in Auburn for burglary and theft charges

Demarcus Giddens (Source: Auburn Police Department) Demarcus Giddens (Source: Auburn Police Department)
Jeffery Martin Jr. (Source: Auburn Police Department) Jeffery Martin Jr. (Source: Auburn Police Department)
Michael Trimble (Source: Auburn Police Department) Michael Trimble (Source: Auburn Police Department)
AUBURN, AL (WSFA) -

The Auburn Police Department arrested three teenagers on charges of third degree burglary and second degree theft of property.

Police say that they arrested Demarcus M. Giddens, Jeffery B. Martin, Jr., and Michael R. Trimble, all of whom are 18-years-old, on Wednesday.

Police responded to a call of suspicious activity at an apartment complex located in the 400 block of N. Donahue Drive at 12:55 a.m. When officers arrived at the scene, they were given a description of three individuals that were said to be occupying a vehicle in the parking lot.

Officers were able to detain Giddens, Martin and Trimble, who matched the description of the suspects, in the parking lot.

Police searched the complex and discovered an apartment that had been forcibly entered. Upon investigation, police found two flat screen televisions, valued at over $800, that were taken from the apartment in the wood line behind that residence.

Police searched the vehicle that the suspects were occupying and discovered the remote controls that went to the televisions.

The three suspects were arrested and transported to the Lee County Detention Facility where they are each being held on bond set $6,000.

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