Authorities have made two more arrests in connection with a string of thefts in Forsyth and Dawson counties last month.
Nathan Seth Davis, 17, of Forsyth County, was arrested by Forsyth County sheriff’s deputies Sept. 28 on burglary, theft by taking and criminal trespass warrants. He is being held without bond at the Dawson County Law Enforcement Center.
Roger Williams Brumbelow, 23, also of Forsyth, turned himself in to Dawson County officials on Sunday and was released two days later. He is charged with burglary and theft by receiving stolen property.
The theft case began to unfold Sept. 21 following the arrest of Calvin Blackstone, 31, of Dawsonville, who was wanted for a probation violation.
Sheriff’s Cpl. Jimmi Smith spotted a laptop computer in the backseat of Blackstone’s vehicle while serving the warrant on him Sept. 21, according to Dawson County Sheriff’s Capt. Tony Wooten.
Earlier that morning, Smith had taken a report from a resident whose laptop computer had been stolen.
Blackstone later told authorities he had gotten the computer from a home in north Forsyth.
The next night, armed with a warrant, Forsyth and Dawson investigators searched the residence off Knight Road, where authorities recovered several items reported stolen during recent thefts from homes and vehicles.
An additional suspect, Jonathan Lamar Brumbelow, 19, also of Forsyth, was arrested at the home on theft and burglary charges.
The group has been linked to at least three reports of entering automobiles and one burglary in Dawson County.
“We’re continuing to look into other possible cases,” said Wooten, adding that the men are also likely suspects in numerous thefts in Forsyth.