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Hoover burglary suspect arrested

Maurice Jerome Myers (photo source Hoover Police Department) Maurice Jerome Myers (photo source Hoover Police Department)

HOOVER, AL (WBRC) - A man suspected of several burglaries in Hoover was arrested Tuesday morning in Center Point.

Hoover Police, in a statement Tuesday afternoon to FOX6 News, said Maurice Jerome Myers, 38, of Birmingham, was arrested Tuesday morning with the help of U.S. Marshals at the Devonshire Apartments in Center Point.

Investigators said Myers was charged with the October 22, 2009, burglary of Wolf Camera at Inverness Corners based on evidence collected by crime scene investigators. He was also the suspect in other Hoover business burglaries that occurred in December.

Investigators said additional charges were pending.

Myers was in the Hoover City Jail awaiting transfer to the Shelby County Jail on $200,000 bond. Police said Myers was also wanted in Jefferson County on a probation violation warrant.

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