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Two men arrested for breaking into cars at Dog Hill/Cherokee Park

Antonio Goldsberry (Source: LMDC) Antonio Goldsberry (Source: LMDC)
Jordan Cotten (Source: LMDC) Jordan Cotten (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Two Louisville men were arrested for breaking into cars parked at Dog Hill by Cherokee Park.

According to a Louisville Metro Police Department report, a witness called dispatch Thursday evening and said he saw two black males looking into parked vehicles. The witness described them as 20-30 years old and wearing white t-shirts, then said they drove away quickly in a 4-door brown vehicle.

When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with another witness who had a broken car window with items missing from the car. An iPod, purse, stun gun, beauty products and credit cards were stolen.

Based on the description of the suspects and car, police believed the two were repeat offenders and went to a location other stolen credit cards were used. They found Antonio Goldsberry, 27, and Jordan Cotten, 22, at the BP on E Broadway and Hancock.

A search of their vehicle revealed items stolen from the park and a large screwdriver believed to be used to break into the car.

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