Bibb County sheriffs investigators arrested three men Thursday night, accusing them of a rash of car break-ins that started Monday night and continued through early Tuesday.
The incidents occurred in north Bibb County, according to a sheriffs office news release.
Arrested were Camden Ashley Jones, 18, Daniel Christopher Mermann, 19, and Blake Griner Davis, 19. The men are all from Macon.
They are accused of breaking into seven different vehicles, according to the news release.
Investigators said Mermann attempted to cash a check that was stolen from one of the vehicles.
The stolen check was reported to the Macon Police Department, and information from the stolen check led to the arrest of the three men, the news release stated.
Stolen items also were recovered from Mermanns and Davis homes and Jones vehicle.
Additional charges and arrests are pending as the suspects and possibly others are involved in several different incidents, the news release stated. Later Friday, additional charges were added by Macon police against Mermann and Davis.
Jones is charged with nine counts of entering auto and criminal attempt to enter auto. He was released from Bibb County jail Friday morning on a $13,000 bond.
Mermann is in the Bibb County jail on a $21,925 bond charged with nine counts of entering auto, three counts of forgery, burglary and misdemeanor marijuana possession.
Davis was charged with nine counts of entering auto, two counts of criminal attempt entering auto, two counts of forgery and one count of being party to a crime. After initially being arrested Thursday and being released on bond early Friday morning, Davis was arrested again Friday afternoon by Bibb County investigators. Davis was later released on a $13,650 bond.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to call Macon Regional CrimeStoppers at 877-68-CRIME.