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4 men arrested in burglary at Alabama guitarist Jeff Cook's home in Fort Payne

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FORT PAYNE, Ala. (AP) - Fort Payne police say four men have been arrested in a burglary at the home of Alabama guitarist Jeff Cook.

Police said Wednesday that the men are suspected of stealing several guitars, sports memorabilia, a video camera, several firearms and other personal items from Cook's home June 2.

The suspects have been identified as 34-year-old Jacob Allen Lea, 25-year-old Joshua Drew Hammonds, 25-year-old Matthew Kevin Patterson and 28-year-old Derrick Lynn Martin. Lea Hammonds and Patterson are charged with burglary and Martin is charged with receiving stolen property.

The men are being held in the DeKalb County Detention Center and it's unclear if they have attorneys.

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