published Monday, August 29th, 2011

Two Walker men and a woman arrested, charged in vehicle break-ins

Phillip T. Knight, Emily M. Brooks and Jason V. Sanders
Phillip T. Knight, Emily M. Brooks and Jason V. Sanders
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Two Walker County, Ga., men have been arrested in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins around the Flintstone and Fairview areas, and a woman is wanted as an accomplice, authorities said.

Phillip Knight, 20, and Jason Sanders, 28, both of Rossville, were arrested early Sunday morning when a homeowner spotted the pair near the home, Sheriff Steve Wilson said in a news release.

The men each were charged with six counts of entering an auto, Wilson said.

Warrants were issued today for 25-year-old Emily Brooks, of Rossville, on six counts of entering an auto, he said.

All three suspects are scheduled to appear in Walker County Superior Court in November.

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