Saturday, December 20, 2014

Newlyweds arrested in breaking, entering case

ATHENS, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say two newlyweds are jailed in north Alabama after being arrested on theft-related charges.

The Limestone County Sheriff's Department says Ralph Eddie Miller of Athens and Krystal Gail Miller of Rogersville are charged with breaking and entering a vehicle. The man also faces a drug charge.

Authorities say the two 34-year-olds got married this month, but they're not sure of the date.

Limestone sheriff's Capt. Stanley McNatt tells The Decatur Daily ( ) the two area accused of taking a digital music player and a wallet from a car.

Both people were taken to the Limestone County Jail, but records don't show if either has an attorney.

Court documents show Ralph Miller has a record that includes two previous guilty pleas to breaking into cars.