Three men are facing charges after prosecutors say they broke into over 100 storage units in a Broward County city.
Police arrested 33-year-old Victor Molina, 21-year-old Osmany Sanchez and 34-year-old Anthony Rosario and accused them of breaking into 109 storage units in the city of Hollywood.
Police said the trio used crowbars to pry open doors and locks and ransacked people's personal property.
Officers testified Wednesday that burglary had become “an issue” in the area where the incidents allegedly took place.
Along with the tools to break into the units, police say the suspects had a duffel bag with eight guns, ammunition and cocaine inside of it.
Molina and Sanchez were given a $214,000 bond while Rosario is being held on a $374,500 bond.
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