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Arrests made for Conway vehicle break-ins
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Arrests made for Conway vehicle break-ins

CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) - Arrests have been made in regards to the string of vehicle break-ins that occurred in Conway during the month of March. 

Spencer Johnson and Jacob Reza are being investigated for their involvement in the break-ins. According to detectives, the two 19-year-old boys could be responsible for most of the 70 car break-ins that were reported in March. 

The pair was taken into custody after police received a call about trespassers on Duncan Street Wednesday night. Police later discovered that Johnson and Reza were in possession of a car that was reported stolen from Hendrix College. Reports state that during questioning, the men admitted to breaking into unlocked cars and taking anything they could put into a backpack or their pockets. Johnson and Reza stated that they traded the stolen property for drugs. 

So far, investigators have only recovered one cell phone and a few miscellaneous items that were located in the stolen vehicle. Officials believe the men are responsible for the break-ins that occurred around Hendrix College, South Donaghey neighborhoods and the Lakepoint and the Greens apartment complexes.

Both Johnson and Reza were on probation at the time of their arrests. 

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