Henderson County deputies say two people, including a juvenile, were arrested in 3 different break-ins in Henderson County Saturday.
Deputies say at 2:00am Saturday, June 4th they responded to a reported breaking and entering at the 4 Way Grocery and Auto Repair at 4802 Sugarloaf Road. They found a door to the business kicked in.
Then at 5:15am the same day, while deputies were still in the area searching for suspects, a bank alarm alerted deputies to another breaking and entering at the State Employees Credit Union Cash Points machine.
The ATM was located in the parking lot of the Edneyville General Store at 3685 Chimney Rock Road.
While deputies were investigating the ATM crime scene, deputies found another breaking and entering at a nearby food truck eatery, the Taqueria El Chuy, at 3701 Chimney Rock Road.
As deputies were investigating the food truck and ATM breaking and entering incidents, they found a 16-year-old juvenile in the area.
That led deputies to a second suspect, 18-year-old Anthony Charles Norwood of Hendersonville.
Deputies and detectives were able to link the juvenile and Norwood to all three crimes.
They say Norwood and the juvenile were each arrested and charged with three felony counts of breaking and entering.
Both the juvenile and Norwood are under a $9,000 secured bond and remain in custody.
Deputies say while extensive damage was done to the door, no money was taken from the ATM.
Investigators do not believe there were any other suspects involved and all property taken has been recovered.