WARNER ROBINS — Three Texas men are accused of breaking into a convenience store Wednesday morning on North Davis Drive, as well as other recent break-ins and attempted break-ins, police said.
Eugene Sylvan, 20, of San Antonio, was charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of criminal attempt to commit burglary, Leandre White Hill, 19, also of San Antonio, was charged with two counts of burglary and one count of criminal attempt to commit burglary. Isaac Sheridan, 17, of Houston, Texas, was charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of criminal attempt to commit burglary.
Warner Robins police Lt. Billy Styles was on patrol in the area of Rocky’s Food Mart at 1029 N. Davis Drive at 1:35 a.m. when he saw a man behind trees and bushes, said Tabitha Pugh, Warner Robins police public information officer. The man fled. Styles could hear the burglar alarm of the convenience store and the glass front door was shattered, Pugh said.
A description of the man the officer saw was shared among responding officers. Police spotted the man and another man at the intersection of Oscar Court and Silas Court, Pugh said.
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The men, who police identified as Sylvan and Hill, told police they were staying at America’s Best Value Inn at 1440 Watson Blvd., where the third man, identified as Sheridan, was found by police.
All three men were charged with the burglary of Rocky’s Food Mart, as well as the burglary of the BP Station at 1660 Watson Blvd. on Monday. The three also were charged with criminal attempt to commit burglary at Andy’s Food Mart at 1101 N. Houston Road on Monday. Sylvan and Sheridan were charged with criminal attempt to commit burglary at the Express Stop at 700 Russell Parkway on Sunday.
The men were being held at the Houston County jail.
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