Speech to Text for West Point police charge juvenile in series of car thefts
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over the weekend for a series of car burglaries that happenedwithin two weeks. w-t-v-a's nicole dantzler tells us how residents feel about this.. that's right, west point police have arrested and chargedtwo people in connection with a series ofcar burglaries that happened with in the last two weeks. according to their facebook they intend to make more arrests while searching for a juvenil in connection to this case. and neighbors say how badly they want the rest of the people in connection to this case caught. whoever is doing this ." 26 year-old justin bateman mcnutt and 29 year old kourtni renea sullivan were arrested for five car burglaries. according to the department's facebook post,mcnutt and sullivan are both charged with four counts of vehicle burglary. the thefts happened in court, tournament and broad streets as well as the hampton inn. although they've arrested two people so far, the department's post says they intend to make more arrests as the investigation continues. (take sot) "it just makes you nervous, it makes you just want to lock up everything you know to be safe even though you might have insurance on it and everything it's still safe to keep everything locked up." deloris doss rt- 0:12 deloris says she hopes the rest of the people involved are caught soon. ""i'm almost sure in a matter o time they'll catch whoever is doing this, and i want them to catch them because it's just not fair for people to go around and you know and just burglarize people's vehicles and mess it up so i really really hope you know they're getting to bring closure to whoever is doing this." police would not comment on the investigation any further. but in their facebook post they do mention that they're searching for a juvenile in connection with this case. they are also pending more charges as discoveries are made in this investigation. live in west point, nicole dantzler wtva 9 news.