Dothan, AL - Five Dothan young adults are charged with multiple felonies after police say they broke into a Dothan police officer's car.
Last Friday, an officer's car was broken into while parked at his home and tactical gear was stolen. Investigators have worked hard on this case to find the suspects.
Five people, ages 18-22, were taken into custody Tuesday.
Both Anthony Little and David Woodham are charged with breaking and entering, receiving stolen property and possession of a destructive device. Their bonds are set at $750,000.
Cody Haney, Courtney Kassander, and Briana Landry are each charged with receiving stolen property and possession of a destructive device. Their bonds are set at $500,000.
The gear in their possession could have been used for more dangerous crimes.
"These include tactical vests, ammunition, magazine clips, flash bang devices, AED devices, gas mask accessories and other miscellaneous police issued items," said Dothan Police Sergeant Rachel David.
No guns were stolen from the car, and all of the gear has been recovered.
It's not clear at this time if the group planned to use this equipment in any particular way. That's part of an ongoing investigation with the Dothan Police Department.
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