Two 18-year-olds are facing burglary and theft charges.
Arrested were Jarvis Appleberry and Kurston Townsend.
Another youth told police he was at school on Feb. 27 when he received a call from the pair wanting to know if they could come over to his residence and record some music. He said he told them he was at school. When he returned home, he said he found that someone had pried open his sliding glass door and kicked in the door to his bedroom.
Items taken were a Remington 20 gauge shotgun and two laptop computers.
That same day, police received a call from Fred Cagle who said he believed his vehicle was used in a burglary by Townsend and Appleberry. He said he was at the Townsend residence visiting with Eddie Townsend, Kurston's father.
He said Kurston showed him a shotgun and asked if he knew anyone who would be interested in buying it. He said he declined and returned home.
At home he said his wife told him that earlier that day she heard a door slam, looked out the window and saw Townsend and Appleberry exiting their vehicle. She said Kurston was driving.
He said he returned to the Townsend residence and confronted Townsend and Appleberry, asking if they had used his car in a burglary. He said they laughed "and kind of played it off."
He said he took the property and said he was going to call police. The pair then fled the residence.
An investigator took possession of the Remington shotgun and laptop from the Townsend residence. He said the other laptop was found on the floor next to Kurston Townsend's bed.