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LEWISBURG, W. VA (WVVA)-- Lewisburg police said they have made arrests on separate incidents involving the breaking and entering of automobiles.

Officers have been investigating the thefts that occurred in late November.

Kenneth Lemar Marshall, 23 of Lewisburg and Steven Cody Hunter ,23 of Kieffer have both been charged with three counts of breaking and entering an automobile and conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor in relation to incidents that occurred in the Lafayette and Dwyer Lane areas of Lewisburg.

Both men have been arraigned before a Greenbrier County magistrate and were released on a $1500.00 bond.

The investigating officers in these incidents are Ptlm. D.E. Rexford and Ptlm. A.L. Workman

Officers also arrested two other men for automobile break ins in the Underwood Estates area of the city.

David Rookstool, 21 of Rupert, and Aaron Michael Dorsey, 22 of Meadow Bridge have been charged with Fradulent use of a credit card and breaking and entering of a automobile. Both Dorsey and Rookstool are currently lodged in the Southern Regional Jail in Beckley. 

Rookstool is also facing federal charges in relation to a break-in at Franks Gun and Pawn that occurred in November 2010 . Some items have been recovered that were stolen from the vehicles.

The investigating officer in his case is Detective Cpl. J.A.Vance.

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