Two juveniles charged with entering about 50 north Coweta autos

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Among items taken in the string of north Coweta car break-ins were loose change, cigarettes, lighters, sunglasses, medication and firearms, according to the Coweta County Sheriff's Office. Charged in the case are two juvenile boys who live near Lake Coweta Trail.

By JOHN A. WINTERS
john@newnan.com
Two Coweta County juveniles were arrested for breaking into roughly 50 vehicles in north Coweta County subdivisions.
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