4 People, Including Brothers, Indicted For Central Ohio Store Break-Ins

UPDATED: Friday February 21, 2014 12:51 PM

Four people were indicted in Delaware County on charges that they broke into stores around Central Ohio.

Michael R. Beverly III, 57, and his brother Gary M. Ferrell, 54, allegedly committed the crimes in Columbus, Dublin and Hilliard during the last few months of 2013.

Prosecutors say they would break through doors to gain entry to the retail stores - including Music Go Round, Hallmark, Cottage Inn Pizza and Piada Street Food. The suspects would then grab merchandise and cash.

The two are charged with 9 counts of Breaking and Entering, 5 counts of Vandalism, 5 counts of Safecracking, 2 counts of Tampering with Evidence, 2 counts of Possessing Criminal Tools, and Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity.

Also named in the indictment are Alan C. Jarrell, 32, and Peggy Sue Busellato, 35, both of Columbus.

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