Four teenagers are accused of vehicle break-ins in the area of Perry High School, police said.
Lance Bridges, 17, of Perry, was charged with two counts of entering auto and two counts of party to the crime of entering auto, Perry police Capt. Heath Dykes said.
Robert Allen Kittle, 17, of Perry, was charged with one count of entering auto and three counts of party to the crime of entering auto, Dykes said. Bridges and Kittle turned themselves in to authorities Tuesday, Dykes said.
Bridges was being held Tuesday afternoon at the Houston County jail, with bond set at $10,000, Houston County jail records show. Kittle was free on $10,000 bond.
Also, two 16-year-old boys from Perry are each accused of 17 entering autos and of two party to the crime of entering auto, Dykes said. The 16-year-olds were released to the custody of their parents, and their cases will be handled by Houston County Juvenile Court, Dykes said.
The four are accused of breaking into unlocked vehicles and stealing electronics such as iPods and other items such as purses between June 23 and July 10, Dykes said.
The vehicle break-ins occurred along Northside Drive, Park Avenue, Marshall Circle, Davis Drive and Smoke Avenue all near Perry High School, Dykes said. All of the teenagers are students at Perry High, Dykes said.
Anyone with information about the break-ins, or who may have been a victim, may call Perry police at (478) 988-2824, Dykes said.