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Prostitution Sting Yields East Cobb Burglary Charges

Cobb Police also charged two men with residential burglaries in the Atlanta Country Club area this month.

Prostitution Sting Yields East Cobb Burglary Charges
Three people arrested in Mississippi last month in connection with a local prostitution sting have been charged by Cobb Police with burglarizing an East Cobb home. 

A Cobb Police Precinct 4 PENS (Police Email Notification System) report issued Friday said evidence found during prostitution-related arrests in Biloxi, Miss., on Dec. 12 connected the suspects there to a Dec. 7 burglary at a home on Berry Patch Lane. 

That is located near the intersection of Lower Roswell Road and Old Paper Mill Road and is near Terrell Mill Park. 

Cobb Police identified the suspects as Travis Eugene Wade and Franklin Lee Croker of Baconton, Ga., and Janie Michelle Bradfield of Smithville, Ga.

On Thursday, they were charged with first degree burglary by Cobb Police, who did not specify the items that were taken from the East Cobb home. 

Precinct 4 officers also made two burglary arrests earlier this month after two residential incidents in the Atlanta Country Club area. 

Adrian Alexander Hardy and Dominique Robinson, both of Tucker, were charged with burglary on Jan. 8. 

The day before, electronics and jewelry were reported stolen from a home on Burning Tree Drive. Police said tracking an iPhone reportedly stolen led them to an apartment complex in Tucker.

A search warrant resulted in the recovery of stolen property from the Burning Tree Drive residence and produced evidence that the suspects were responsible for another burglary on Atlanta Country Club Drive several days earlier, according to Cobb Police. 

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