Deputies say they have solved a rash of break-ins that hit one town last month, all on the same day.
Martin County deputies say Rayshawn Copeland, Casey Wrenn, and Rakeem Williams, all of Jamesville, have been charged with five counts of felony breaking and entering and five counts of larceny.
Deputies say on September 11th Jamesville Elementary, Jamesville High School, the Ice Cream Shop, and two abandoned businesses on West Main Street were all burglarized.
Authorities say deputies were responding to a burglar alarm at the elementary school and saw three suspects running from the school. After an investigation, the three were identified as Copeland, Wrenn and Williams.
Bond for Copeland and Wrenn was set at $50,000, while Williams' had a $100,000 bond.
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