PEMISCOT COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - Pemiscot County deputies arrested two men accused of breaking into 14 parked vehicles in Cooter, Mo.
Michael D. Brackin, 21, of Blytheville, Ark., was charged with tampering with a motor vehicle, stealing and passing a bad check less than $500.
Colton Carter Marbry, 22, of Gosnal, Mo., was charged with tampering with a motor vehicle and stealing.
According to deputies, they were on a routine patrol when they spotted the two men.
Brackin and Marbry allegedly broke into 14 parked vehicles at seven different homes. They were arrested at around 3 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Deputies say all the stolen items were recovered and returned to the owners.
They say Brackin also had an outstanding Pemiscot County warrant for passing bad checks.
Brackin and Marbry were taken to the Pemiscot County Jail.