More charges are filed in last week's two-county car-hopping investigation.

CANTON  Two young Canton men charged in connection with as many as 50 recent car break-ins in Stark and Summit counties are scheduled to appear in court Friday.

Warrants also were issued Wednesday for a third young man accused of assisting them, and a fourth remains jailed in Macedonia, where they were all initially arrested June 28 following a car break-in-in-progress, according to a Canton Repository article dated June 29.

Macedonia police said last week that they immediately caught: 

Rolin R. Negley, 18, of 1802 41st St. NW
Christopher M. Terrell, 18, of 4700 Frazer Ave. NW
and Sean Brandal, 18, of 1606 32nd St. NE.

A 17-year-old Canton boy got away, but was later apprehended.

The group is accused of breaking into and stealing from dozens of cars in Stark County, Hartville, Marlboro Township and Macedonia. North Canton police also were investigating whether the young men had broken into cars there.

Brandal was returned June 30 to Stark County, where he was wanted on a misdemeanor charge of complicity to criminal damaging. He was released on his own recognizance a few hours later.

But more warrants were issued Wednesday for his arrest. Stark County court records list those charges as burglary, two counts of grand theft and 13 counts of theft. The court records also show he has not been arrested on those warrants.

Negley and Brandal were brought from Macedonia and booked into the Stark County Jail on Wednesday. Negley was jailed on warrants charging him with burglary and 15 counts of theft, three of which are felonies. Terrell was jailed on warrants charging him with burglary, two counts of complicity, one of which is a felony, and 15 counts of theft, three of which are felonies.

Both remained in the jail early Thursday, Negley held in lieu of $127,000 bond and Terrell in lieu of $102,750 bond.

They are scheduled to appear in Canton Municipal Court on Friday.

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