Jackson County authorities believe they found a man responsible for a number of burglaries in the area.
A state prison canine tracking team found 44-year-old Dennis Hines hiding underneath a vehicle this weekend. The Jackson County man has a long criminal history. He may be the suspect in a series of business burglaries and vehicle break-ins in Cottondale.
Authorities say Hines was captured shortly after setting off a burglar alarm at Register's Meat Company.
Cottondale Police Chief William Watford says Hines is being questioned in several other burglaries including a supermarket, service station and a veterinarian's office.
Chief Watford says he believes Hines committed the burglaries to support a drug habit.
Hines is charged with burglary and is being held under a $25,000 bond at the Jackson Correctional Facility.
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