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Four charged in Batavia residential burglaries

BATAVIA - Four individuals have been charged in several residential burglaries that occurred between Aug. 5 and Wednesday on the city's far southeast side.

Terrell Jones-Bradley, 21, of the 1200 block of East Wilson Street, Batavia, was charged with two counts of residential burglary, one count of attempted residential burglary and two counts of unlawful use of a credit card, all felonies.

Gregory Jordan Jr., 26, of the 1300 block of East Wilson Street, Batavia, and Curtis A. Hobbs, 23, of the 0-100 block of N. Broadway Avenue, Aurora, each were charged with two felony counts of unlawful use of a credit card. In addition, Sharonda Y. Moore, 22, of the 1200 block of East Wilson Street, Batavia, was charged with one count of possession of stolen property.

They are currently being held at the Batavia police station awaiting a Friday bond call. Police continue to investigate the case.

The arrests are related to three residential burglaries that occurred in the 900 to 1200 blocks of Woodland Hills Road and in the 1600 block of Wagner Road in Batavia.

Batavia Police Detective Sgt. Shawn Mazza previously had said it appears entry was made through an open garage in one case and possibly through some unlocked windows in the other two cases.

Mazza had said homeowners were home during the time of the burglaries in all three cases and had no idea someone was in their house until they noticed items missing.

The burglar or burglars appear to be taking small electronics, such as smart phones.

None of the homeowners were approached by burglars, Mazza added.

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