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Authorities charge 3 more in $2M jewelry heist
Suspects are being held at Forsyth County Detention Center, a jail spokeswoman said
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The investigation into a $2 million heist last weekend at a Forsyth County jewelry store has resulted in three more arrests, including two relatives of a man already charged in the crime.

Amanda Hogan, 27, Michael T. Holloway, 35, and Connie Holloway, 52, all of Smyrna, have been charged with one count each of party to the crime of burglary and theft by taking.

Forsyth County Sheriff's Capt. Tim House said the agency's investigators and warrant unit caught up with the suspects Thursday night at Connie Holloway's home in Smyrna.

"We also executed search warrants at that location and an undisclosed location in Clayton County," House said. "We are still actively pursuing this investigation."

He said evidence indicates the three were involved in the burglary of Milano Fine Jewelry on Ga. Highway 20.
Two other suspects — Carl Henry Bowser III, 26, of Atlanta and Kenardis Demaine Holloway, 31, of Smyrna — were arrested earlier this week and charged with one count each of burglary and theft by receiving.

House said Kenardis Holloway and Michael Holloway are brothers. Connie Holloway is their mother.

Bowser was arrested Tuesday afternoon at a home in Atlanta, while Kenardis Holloway was found early Wednesday at a hotel in Stockbridge.

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