The first reported case occurred overnight between June 9 and 10 at a residence on Aztec Way in Acworth. In the case, the juveniles are accused of entering a garage that had been left open, entering a Toyota Camry and taking more than $1,100 in electronics and cash. Of that amount, more than $950 worth of the property was recovered from the juveniles.
The second reported case occurred overnight between June 12 and 13 at a residence on Homestead Drive, also in Acworth. The pair is accused of stealing more than $2,200 by entering an unlocked vehicle and finding a hidden deposit bag. Investigators were able to recover $546 of the stolen funds.
According to a Bartow County Sheriff's Office news release, both juveniles were taken into custody to be held at an area youth detention center until their court appearance in Bartow County. Investigators anticipate the future arrest of an adult relating to disposing of stolen property in this case as well. No information is available on the adult involved at this point.
Additional charges filed in Tuesday shooting
The Cartersville Police Department announced Thursday that additional charges have been filed against Mark Alan Harris in reference to a shooting at his residence on Tuesday.
Harris has been charged with two additional counts of aggravated assault. These charges stem from the alleged shooting of Tony Collum and alleged threats made to Michael Collum, who had accompanied Tony Collum to the home on 110 Maple Drive. Harris now faces three charges of aggravated assault.
Additionally, the charge of possession of marijuana less than an ounce has been filed against Parker Harris, 17, of 110 Maple Drive. The marijuana and other drug-related items were located during the execution of a search warrant at the residence.
Both suspects turned themselves in late Wednesday afternoon and bonded out shortly thereafter.
The investigation is continuing.