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More charges for suspects in Madison vehicle break-ins

Butts and Turner are currently being held in the Madison County Jail. Butts and Turner are currently being held in the Madison County Jail.
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

Two men arrested inconnection with a string of vehicle break-ins in Madison, are facing morecharges.

NaimButts, 30, of Madison, and Cordarro Turner, 27, of Huntsville, were arrestedand initially charged with six counts each of unlawful breaking and entering toa vehicle, along with several counts of theft of property. The two werearrested after police responded to a call about a prowler on Sienna Vista Drive, Feb.5.

After furtherinvestigation, police additionally charged Butts and Turner with four counts ofunlawful breaking and entering to an automobile, one count of first-degree andsecond-degree theft of property. Bond was listed at $15,000 each for Butts andTurner.

Both Butts and Turnerare being held in the Madison County Jail.

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