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1 arrested in Decatur vehicle break-in

Charles Wayne Pickett (Source: Decatur Police) Charles Wayne Pickett (Source: Decatur Police)
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -

Police arrested a man and charged him with breaking into a vehicle in Decatur.

Officers responded to the 1500 block of Marion Street SW on Feb. 22. According to authorities, the victim caught the suspect inside the vehicle and confronted him while her friend called police.

Missing from the vehicle were two EBT cards and a driver's license belonging to the victim.

Officers arrested Charles Wayne Pickett and charged him with breaking and entering a vehicle as well as public intoxication.

Pickett was booked into the Decatur City Jail and will be transferred to the Morgan Co. Jail under a $2,500 bond.

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