Suspects indicted in break-ins
Two 19-year-old suspects involved with a string of breaking and enterings in Cumberland County have been indicted by a grand jury.
Shai-Yaun Austin and Howard Berry have a trial set for Aug. 9 in Cumberland Circuit Court.
Both cases and respective charges were presented to the grand jury on April 25.
The two were arrested in December after an alleged series of breaking and enterings — which included grand larceny and destruction of property — on Route 60 in Cumberland, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
Austin was arrested April 29 after two alleged residential breaking and enterings, according to police.
Berry faces four larceny charges, with one larceny charge involving a vehicle, three charges of destruction of property and three charges of breaking and entering in the alleged December incidents, according to online court records.
Austin faces three charges of breaking and entering, four larceny charges, with one involving a vehicle and three charges of destruction of property from the December incidents.
On April 27, Austin was charged with destruction of property, grand larceny, breaking and entering and violating pretrial bail conditions, according police.