CHATTANOOGA — One of the suspects accused of breaking into a home appeared in court Friday. Zackaree Howard and Carlos Jones are charged with burglary and vandalism. Police say the two men broke into a Tunnel Boulevard home on Saturday afternoon using a crowbar. Two young sisters were home at the time. They hid in a bedroom closet and called 911.
Both Jones' and Howards' preliminary hearing was moved to another date but Zackaree Howard's attorney requested a bond hearing. It was in the bond hearing Howard's mother testified on her son's character, but the judge did not buy it.
It is in the 911 call you hear the fear in 12-year-old Bre-Asia Morrow's voice as she comforted her 11-year-old sister, Azariah, as they hid in a closet.
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