Two men charged in car break-ins
Two men were arraigned Monday on charges they broke into vehicles Friday morning in Greensburg and took laptop computers and other items, city police said.
Patrick Rosenberry, 20, of Scottdale and Joshua B. Lucas, 21, of Latrobe were arraigned on conspiracy, theft from motor vehicle and receiving stolen property charges before district judges Helen Kistler and James Falcon, according to court records.
Police used the help of a confidential informant to find the stolen items in a Hawksworth Garden apartment in Greensburg, Capt. Chad Zucco said Monday.
Two laptops, an iPad, designer sunglasses and $90 in cash were among the items taken from vehicles on Hawksworth Road, Kenneth Street and Brushton and Center avenues, police said.
Their preliminary hearings will be held before Greensburg District Judge James Albert.
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