Burglary spree lands Georgia man in jail, deputies say
A Georgia man’s burglary spree landed him in jail, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
Jackson County deputies arrested Arturo Magana-Albino of Lilburn, who they said went on a burglary spree this week.
Deputies said Magana-Albino was arrested on Thursday after someone spotted him breaking into a home and several cars in the Regent Park Neighborhood in Hoschton.
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Magana-Albino was tracked down and taken to jail.
He is charged with burglary, three counts of entering auto, criminal attempt to commit theft, and loitering and prowling.
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