Second youth arrested for recent car break-ins

Second youth arrested for recent car break-ins
CLARKSTON, WA - Police have arrested another suspect on charges related to a recent rash of car prowls.

The 16-year-old boy is believed to have worked with 17-year-old Robert A. Anderson of Asotin county in multiple break-ins. Anderson was arrested Thursday and admitted to breaking into more than 100 cars over the past two months.

According to Clarkston Police Chief Joel Hastings the 16-year-old is facing charges of vehicle prowling in the second-degree and possessing stolen property. Hastings said they're investigating more suspects as they believe were involved.