Two Topeka teens are in jail, charged for a month’s long string of burglaries in Jackson and neighboring counties.
18-year-old Winston Tanner Roberts and 19-year-old Tanner James Stirton were arrested Saturday night in Topeka.
Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse says the two robbed homes and cars across Jackson County from November until three days ago on Friday.
They each face six counts of burglary, three counts of felony theft and a slew of other related charges.
An unidentified 17-year-old was also arrested. He’s facing similar charges.