2 men, 1 juvenile arrested in connection to Auburn car burglaries

2 men, 1 juvenile arrested in connection to Auburn car burglaries

AUBURN, AL (WTVM) - On Tuesday, Sept. 27, the Auburn Police Division arrested three individuals in connection with five car burglaries.

Shahiem D. Trimble, 19, from Auburn, 20-year-old Michael R. Trimble from Montgomery, and a 16-year-old male from Auburn were each charged with several counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, several counts of theft of property, and second degree possession of marijuana.

Additionally, Shahiem Trimble was charged with carrying a pistol without a permit and Michael Trimble was charged with fleeing and attempting to elude police.

The burglaries occurred in the area of East Thach Avenue, Magnolia Avenue and Cedercrest Circle in Auburn.

At approximately 3:15 a.m. Auburn Police responded to an auto burglary in progress call at a residence the 300 block of E Thach Avenue.

When officers arrived on the scene they located two of the suspects and took them into custody.  The third suspect fled from officers on foot and after a brief chase was apprehended.

Further investigation determined that electronics, computers and currency valued at more than $3,100 were stolen from the vehicles.

Shahiem Trimble, Michael Trimble and the 16-year-old juvenile were identified as being responsible for unlawfully entering the vehicles and taking the property.

Shahiem and Michael Trimble were both transported to the Lee County Detention Facility and are each being held on a $19,000 bond.

The juvenile was transported to the Lee County Youth Development Center and is awaiting a detention hearing.

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