The Southington Police Department announced two arrests for car burglaries and shed burglaries in the Moore Hill Drive area.
On Tuesday, Sept. 22, New Britain residents Asim Kadric, 20, and Karol Nadolny, 20, turned themselves into police after learning of arrest warrants in relation to the burglary investigations.
The warrants stemmed from an ongoing investigation that was intiated on Aug. 2, 2015 when items from the burglaries were observed in a vehicle that was linked to Nadolny and Kadric. The vehicle was secured at the time, and a search and seizure warrant was executed on the vehicle. Victims of the burglaries identified items seized by the police.
Both men were booked and charged with third degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third degree burglary, sixth degree larceny, conspiracy to commit sixth degree larceny, second degree criminal trespassing, conspiracy to commit second degree criminal trespassing, second degree breach of peace, and conspiracy to commit second degree breach of peace.
Kadric was held on a $5,000 bond until his court date on Sept. 22. Nadolny was held on a $5,000 bond until his court date on Sept. 25.