Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Highland Village police detain suspects of several car burglaries
Three 18-year-old men were booked at the city's jail Tuesday.
HIGHLAND VILLAGE Highland Village police nabbed three teens they believe are responsible for several vehicle burglaries in the area.
Michael Alan Lawson of Flower Mound, Tyler Ryan Garrison of Lewisville and Keeyon Devon Dunbar of Dallas, all 18 years old, were taken into custody early Monday after HVPD responded to a call from a Police Auxiliary civilian volunteer about suspicious activity on Green Springs Drive around 6:30 a.m.
Responding officers searched the area and apprehended the suspects in the 700 block of Duvall Blvd.
Officers recovered stolen property from the suspect's vehicle and determined that the teens had burglarized several cars in Highland Village as well as vehicles in neighboring Flower Mound.
The teens were booked into the Highland Village City Jail and charged with vehicle burglary.
Police said that the investigation is continuing and may result in additional charges against the suspects.
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