Deputies with the Bibb sheriff's office arrested two suspects in connection with several burglaries and car break-ins that happened in the Rainey and Dobson Road areas Saturday morning. They're still looking for a third.
According to investigators, Deputy Roy Williams was patrolling the neighborhood when he noticed items lying in front of several driveways along Dobson Road. After seeing the items, Williams saw three men walking down the road with back packs on their backs.
When Deputy Williams went to confront the group, one of them ran. The other two were arrested in connection to the thefts.
Austin Anthony Bertrand, age 19 from Warner Robins is charged with (2) counts of Burglary, (8) counts of Entering Auto, (2) counts of Criminal Trespass, and (1) count of Criminal Attempt to Steal an Auto. Bertrand is currently being held at the Bibb County Law Enforcement Complex without bond.
Another man from Warner Robins, 17-year-old Jamari Vantea Zarquie Narcisse, is charged two counts of burglary, eight counts of entering auto, two counts of criminal trespass, and one count of criminal attempt to steal an auto.
A news release says the suspects attempted to steal a vehicle, entered eight vehicles, burglarized two garages, and also burnt two American flags.
Both Bertrand and Narcisse are being held at the Bibb County Law
Anyone with information in reference to this incident is urged to contact the Bibb County Sheriff's Office at 478-746-9441.