Three men have been arrested on charges stemming from two break-ins following a police investigation.
“Through investigation, it was determined that (the three men) broke into a residence on Nashoba Drive," said Detective Scott DeCiero from the Community Services Bureau of Marlborough Police Department.
The three men, identified as Keith Warren, 18, of 69 Union Street Apt. 1, Justin Noonan, 22, of 80 Elm Street Apt. 2 and Riley Copeland, 19, of 10 Royal Crest Drive Apt. 4 allegedly broke into that home on Nov. 7.
“They gained entry into the home and they stole ammunition from the residence and they also stole several coffee cans full of coins," said Det. DeCiero who explained the coins were not rare but added up to more than $500 in value.
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The same three men are alleged to have broken into an apartment at the apartments at 849 Boston Post Road East on Nov. 13.
“They shot out a basement window with a pellet gun," said Det. DeCiero. “They ransacked the apartment. They stole cash, jewelry and watches."
Police are still investigating whether the trio was involved in any other robberies. The felony level charges stem from the value of what was stolen as well as the timing of the alleged thefts, said Det. DeCiero.
“Any breaking and entering during the night time is a felony," he said.
Multiple charges have been lodged against the three men, including breaking and entering into a building at night for a felony, vandalizing property, two charges of larceny over $250, possession of firearm ammunition without a license. A full list of the charges for each is available in the police log.