The Woodstock Police Department has arrested Christopher Eriquezzo, 19, Andrew Brooks, 22, Kody Allison, 19, and Bethany Copley, 17, all of which are currently behind bars at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center and charged with.
All four have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary in the second degree and tampering with evidence. Furthermore, Allison and Eriquezzo were also charged with one count of theft by shoplifting in an unrelated incident.
The agency has secured warrants for the arrest of another suspect, Angie Mulbah, 37, of Woodstock, on the same charges. Anyone with information on Mulbah's whereabouts is asked to call the Woodstock Police Department at (770) 592-6030.
On July 5, Woodstock police responded to an entering auto incident at a home on Rope Mill Road in which two semi-automatic handguns were allegedly stolen from a vehicle that was parked on Market Street.
A little more than a month later on Aug. 8, the agency also responded to a burglary incident of a business located on Bell Park Drive.
The crime allegedly occurred the night before after the business closed for the day. A safe that had an undisclosed amount of money and other valuables were allegedly taken from the business.
Woodstock detectives working the cases were given leads that drew them to Enriquezzo, Brooks, Allison, Copley and Mulbah.
They were able to perform subsequent interviews with the suspects, which led to the recovery of items allegedly stolen in the Aug. 8 burglary and the implication of the suspects' involvement with the July entering auto case.
Woodstock Police's arrests comes on the heels of the Cherokee Sheriff's Office making arrests in relation to several entering auto cases that hit the Towne Lake area.
Eriquezzo, along with 17-year-old Austin Stepho of Woodstock, were also charged with 22 counts of entering autos.