Three teenagers are charged with stealing a car in Macon and breaking into vehicles in Houston County earlier this week, police said.
Iderius Keon Davis, 18, Jarvis Marquez Adams, 19, and Trenton Walter Harris, 18, all face charges of theft by taking a motor vehicle, burglary, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a firearm during a crime.
Harris also was charged with theft by receiving stolen property, and Adams also was charged with tampering with evidence, according to a Houston County sheriff’s news release.
Davis, who is hospitalized, also faces charges of theft by receiving stolen property, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of burglary tools and various traffic charges, said Houston County sheriff’s Lt. Dave Carrick.
The three were riding a 1999 Harley Davidson motorcycle about 5:40 a.m. Tuesday without helmets north on Moody Road, Carrick said. A sheriff’s deputy attempted a traffic stop.
Harris and Adams jumped off the motorcycle and ran, while Davis fled on the motorcycle and wrecked when he struck another vehicle at Moody Road and Russell Parkway, Carrick said.
Davis remained hospitalized Thursday from injuries, such as broken bones, that were not life-threatening, Carrick said. Adams and Harris were arrested a short time later at the Waffle House on Russell Parkway.
The three are accused of stealing a 1997 Honda Accord from Macon and breaking into several vehicles in the South Oaks subdivision overnight Monday, Carrick said.
They also are accused of stealing the motorcycle they were riding from a Feagin Mill residence in Houston County, he said.
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