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Two teens arrested for burglarizing Tuscaloosa church

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Robert Larry Golden Robert Larry Golden
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TUSCALOOSA - AL -

Two teenagers have been arrested after burglarizing a Tuscaloosa Church in mid-August.

Sgt. Andy Norris of the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office reports Robert Larry Golden, 19, and Stephen Tyler Price, 18, are both suspected of stealing several computers and electronics from Valley View Baptist Church. The incident was reported August 18th. Norris says Golden and Price admitted to the burglary of the church. All items reported missing from Valley View Baptist Church were recovered by investigators.

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church was also burglarized on August 28th. Golden admitted to being responsible for the crime. Most of the items stolen have been recovered.

Both teens have been charged with Burglary 3rd Degree and are being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail. 

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