An Atlanta man was indicted by a Cherokee County grand jury alleging he broke into multiple cars last year to steal their contents, including two guns.
Charvester Hollis, 19, is charged with entering 11 cars in February 2020 to take items of value, and taking two pistols from two of the cars, according to his indictment filed Sept. 14.
According to arrest warrants, Hollis’ string of entering autos was in the Great Sky neighborhood in Canton. In addition to guns, police say he took cash, wallets with credit and debit cards, laptops, an iPad, an iPhone and other items.
Hollis remains in custody at the Cherokee County jail without bond, according to the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office.
An indictment is a formal charge of felony offenses, and defendants are assumed innocent until proven guilty.