Investigators said Raekwon Watts and Raynard Johnson stole items out of several cars around
"Both us and the City have been having the same problem, so we've been in direct contact with each other, working hand in hand,” said Captain Donnie Lang with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.
Through their joint efforts, the Sheriff’s Office was able to identify particular individuals of interest in the automotive break-ins, while the Winchester Police Department finished the job with the arrests.
"Inside there were items that were consistent with items that were taken from out of a car; change, a lot of change, car chargers and the cords and some cell phones," said Lang.
During the search,
Deputies did not arrest
"At that particular moment [deputies] weren't able to pinpoint exact property stolen from a specific person, so they secured the items," said Lang.
Deputies took the phones, and later filed search warrants for information in the cell phones. The search warrants later lead to arrest warrants for both
They are currently being held at the
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