Three Kentucky men have been charged in connection with two burglaries in Corolla on April 21.
Around noon that day, while deputies were in the 1100 block of Austin Street taking a report on a burglary earlier in the day, dispatchers received information of a home owner chasing two subjects who were seen coming from his home in the 1100 block of Dunton Drive, the Currituck County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Deputies responded to that area, about a block away, and apprehended the suspects after a short foot chase.
Items found during the investigation linked both break-ins, leading to the arrests of three men, who were charged April 29.
The suspects were identified as Ethan Taylor Rabanas, 20, Big Bone Road in Union, Kentucky; Tyler Jacob Schuh, 20, of Strike The Gold Drive in Burlington, Kentucky and Cameron Jeffery Becker, 19, of Campaign Drive in Hebron, Kentucky.
All three were charged with felony breaking and/or entering, injury to personal property and larceny after a B&E, the sheriff’s office said. They are currently held in the Currituck Detention Center under $7,000 secured bonds.
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