MONROE TWP (FOX19) - Four Monroe Township residents have been indicted on 24 counts total related to a string of burglaries from June until August within the township.
Officials say 32 burglaries were reported in the community within a two-month period. The four suspects allegedly stole televisions, tablets, computers and firearms from the homes, equaling $70,845 worth of stolen property.
David Hiles, age 26, has been indicted on 11 counts of burglary, second degree felonies, 5 counts of Grand Theft of a firearm, felonies of the third degree.
Tayler Vaughn, age 19 has been indicted on 5 counts of burglary felonies of the second degree, and 1 count for Grand theft of a firearm, felony of the third degree.
Matthew Shouse, age 25 has been indicted for Grand theft of a firearm, felony of the third degree.
Eric Gohs, age 21 has been indicted for Tampering with evidence, felony of the third degree.
Investigators say they working to determine if the suspects were involved in cases that took place in surrounding townships.