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Two arrested for burglarizing 60 storage units

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Bradley Williams (Source: TPSO) Bradley Williams (Source: TPSO)
Anthony Rogers Anthony Rogers
HAMMOND, LA (WAFB) -

Two men have been arrested for allegedly burglarizing over 60 units at a storage facility.

Bradley Williams, 22, and Anthony Rogers, 25, were arrested Wednesday on W. Club Deluxe Rd. near S. Morrison Rd.

Investigators say the men were identified after several stolen guns were recovered.

A search warrant was executed at a home in Shadow Creek Subdivision in Hammond.  Detectives say they found large quantities of stolen goods, some of which was identified as have been taken from Robert Mini Storage.

Both men have been charged with 67 counts of burglary and four counts of possession of stolen firearms.  Rogers was also charged with four counts of felon in possession of a firearm.

Investigators say more charges and arrests are possible.

Victims of the burglaries are asked to call the Tangipahoa Sheriff's Office at 985-902-2088 by July 15 to schedule a day and time to view and recover property.

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