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Police Solve Multiple Residential Burglaries
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Police Solve Multiple Residential Burglaries

WOODSTOCK, GA -- Woodstock Police investigators have solved three unrelated burglaries and one theft case that occurred in October and November. As a result, arrest warrants have been issued for two individuals, and two others were arrested.

Nov. 18: Investigators issued a warrant for the arrest of Paul Joseph Burns, 38, of Dallas, charging him with burglary. A resident of Finsbury Lane in Woodstock came home on Oct. 26 after a three-month vacation and found that his house had been burglarized. Two pistols, an Apple iPhone, firearm cleaning supplies, holsters and a jug containing a coin collection were all missing. Using pawn records, investigators recovered the firearms and returned them to the victim.

On the same day, investigators also issued a warrant for Micah Paul Truitt, 24, of Woodstock, charging him with theft by taking after he stole $200 from a cash register at the Climatized Self Storage on Sycamore Lane, where he was employed. The incident, which occured on Oct. 8, was captured by the store's surveillance video system.

Nov. 19: Investigators arrested Mario Cabrera, 42, of Powder Springs and charged him with burglary. A Woodstock resident was preparing his rental property for its next tenant and requested that the company Cabrera worked for provide him with a price quote for cleaning the house. On Nov. 10, neighbors witnessed Cabrera taking two mattresses, a bed frame, DVD players and a surround sound system from the property.

Nov. 29: Investigators arrested Aaron Matthew Gould, 20, of Smyrna, charging him with burglary. On Nov. 4, a resident of the Alta Ridgewalk apartment complex in Woodstock came home to find her front door forced open. Several electronic items had been stolen from her apartment. Neighbors were able to provide investigators with a description of two men who were seen leaving the apartment, which led to the arrest of Gould. Police are currently following leads to find the second suspect.

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