Police charge, arrest several men in Sept. 12 Warrenton burglaries
Warrenton police have arrested several men on charges of breaking into three Oak Springs Plaza businesses and stealing money from them last month.
After investigating the Sept. 12 burglaries alongside the Prince William County Police Department, the Warrenton Police Department charged Kyle Anthony Petrero, 18, of Prince William County, with burglary and petit larceny, and charged Yaarob Fared Hamed of Fairfax County with burglary. Both men were already incarcerated at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center on related charges when they were arrested for the burglaries, said Warrenton Police Chief Louis Battle in a press release.
Police also obtained warrants for burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary were for Daniel Martinez, 19, of Prince William County and for Cameron Matthew Booth, 21, of Prince William County, respectively. Martinez is in custody in Orange County.
Police also forwarded a petition for burglary on a male juvenile offender from Fauquier County to Frederick County, where he is in custody.
On Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, at 12:15 a.m., three businesses in the Oak Springs Plaza shopping center located at 41 W. Lee Highway were burglarized, according to Warrenton police. The suspects forced entry into Country Cleaners located in Suite 55, and stole $70 in cash. The suspects also forced entry into Hair Cuttery located in Suite 51 with the intent to commit larceny but nothing was taken. The suspects forced entry into Only Nails located in Suite 45 and stole $100 in currency.
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