4 charged in string of Martin auto burglaries

MARTIN, Tenn. — Four people are facing charges stemming from a string of vehicle burglaries last weekend. David Harrison, 22, of Fulton, Ky.; Nia Harrell, 22, of Union City; and Tyler Collins, 22, also of Union City; all are charged with five counts of vehicle burglary, according to a release from the Martin Police Department. Collins also is charged with one count of theft and one count of fraudulent use of a debit card. Atumn Moore, 22, of Fulton, Ky., is charged with one count of fraudulent use of a a debit card, according to the release. The burglaries took place during the night of Oct. 10 in the 500 block of Lee Street, according to police. Harrison, Harrell and Collins’ charges are related to them allegedly breaking into five vehicles and stealing debit cards, the release states. Collins and Moore are charged with using those stolen cards at a local business.

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