UPDATE 10/29/13 @ 10:50 p.m.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A third man has been arrested in connection with several car break-ins in the South Hills area of Charleston, police say.
Logan Truman, who was arrested Tuesday afternoon, is accused of breaking into at least a half dozen cars along Brentwood and Norwood roads in South Hills.
Police say Truman was working with Christopher Hall and Jacob Curry. All three men were charged with breaking and entering; they remained in jail Tuesday.
Court documents allege Christopher Hall and Jacob Curry have broken into nearly a half-dozen cars in recent weeks in the area near Brentwood and Norwood Roads.
Both Hall and Curry were arrested Monday afternoon.
“I'm relieved more than anything,” said theft victim Jimmy Cuevais.
Cuevais says he and his partner’s car have been broken into several times.
“We actually are going to put an alarm in the vehicle so now we have more of a notice,” Cuevais said.
Officers have also issued an arrest warrant for Logan Truman.
According to court documents, Truman confessed to the crime and was found in possession of several stolen items including: prescription pills, several hand guns and electronics.
As of Monday evening, both Hall and Curry were being held at the South Central Regional Jail.