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Two Arrested in Connection with Car Break-ins

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Richard Brewer Richard Brewer
Jeremy Manning Jeremy Manning
Two men have been arrested in connection with several car break-ins in Albemarle County.

The two suspects, 23-year-old Jeremy B. Manning and 33-year-old Richard Dylan Brewer, both face felony larceny and trespassing charges.

Albemarle police say both were arrested early Friday morning trying to break into cars at Barclay Place apartments. If you live there and you are missing anything out of your car, call police at 434-296-5807.

Albemarle County Police Department Press Release

Officers with midnight patrol arrested two individuals in connection to car break-ins and larcenies in the Jefferson District.

Around 3:11 a.m. a citizen called to report two men breaking into cars in the area of Barclay Place Apartments. Officers quickly arrived on scene and found the subjects in the parking lot. The men attempted to run, resulting in a short foot pursuit. Officers were able to apprehend and arrest both suspects.

Jeremy B. Manning was charged with one count of felony larceny and two counts of trespassing in a vehicle. Manning, 22, is from Charlottesville (Albemarle County). Richard Dylan Brewer, 33, from Earlysville, was arrested and charged with one count of felony larceny and one count of trespassing in a vehicle. Both are being held without bond at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

Officers were able to recover some of the stolen property and link the individuals to several cars. However, there is additional property with unknown owners. If you live in the area of Barclay Place, please check your vehicle to see if you are missing any property. If you discover you are a victim of a car larceny, please report the crime to the Albemarle County Police Department at 434-296-5807.

As with most car larcenies, these vehicles were all unlocked. Please remember to lock your vehicles and store all your valuables inside your home.

Carter Johnson
Public Information Officer

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