Authorities say Shane Godbey and Michael Killeen are connected to more than 30 residential burglaries. This week, Godbey and Killeen each face five additional charges of felony robbery.
Two home break-ins occurred in the Elba area, while three others in and around Enterprise.
Police say the two men took firearms, electronic items, and jewelry. They reportedly broke into rural homes when nobody was around.
Godbey faces additional charges stemming from the alleged hold-up of two Rucker Boulevard businesses.
The men were initially arrested in August, and both remain in the Coffee County Jail.