Three men and one juvenile were arrested for the burglary of one West Point business and two public facilities.

Jacob William Curvin, 18, of Vinemont, Aaron Michael Greene, 18, of Cullman, and Bryan Dylan Barnett, 18, of Vinemont, were taken into custody by the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office Monday. They were each charged with three counts of third-degree burglary.

One juvenile whose name was not disclosed was also charged with third-degree burglary.

Capt. Scott Clay, an investigator with the Cullman Sheriff’s Office, said the four suspects were apprehended after they allegedly broke into Willingham’s Store, where a new surveillance camera installed by owner Wayne Willingham helped aid the deputies in the arrest.

The four suspects are also accused of burglarizing the West Point Town Hall and the concession stand at West Point High School.

Two arrested for Garden City burglary

Investigators with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office arrested two Hanceville men Wednesday for the burglary of a Garden City business.

Billy Everett Smith, 40, and Jeremy Howard Loggins, 33, were both charged with third-degree burglary.

The suspects are accused of breaking into the New Millennium Company earlier this week.

* Justin Graves can be reached by phone at 734-2131, ext. 225 or by email at justing@cullmantimes.com.

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