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Two more arrests made in Guilford Clinic burglaries
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BRASELTON — Two more arrests have been made in connection with the recent Guilford Clinic burglaries in Braselton.

Braselton Police arrested Eddie Curry, 20, and Corey Quinn, 19, both of Flowery Branch, and charged them with two counts of burglary on Dec. 23, Braselton police Sgt. J.D. Gille said Tuesday.

Curry and Quinn are being held in the Hall County Jail.

Earlier this month, police arrested Kaleb Holloway, 20, and Carlos Lopez, 20, both of Flowery Branch, and charged them with two counts of burglary in connection with the clinic break-ins.

Gille said the stolen property has not been recovered.

"Based on what was stolen — we’re talking about drugs and electronics — I would say that drugs were probably the main motive for the burglaries," Gille said. "Those pills can be resold on the streets, and the TVs can be pawned or could be exchanged for other drugs."

The clinics, located at 7367 Spout Springs Road and 5769 Old Winder Highway in Braselton, offer nonemergency care for treatment of illnesses and injuries.

Security tapes from both locations showed four men breaking in and taking six flat-screen TVs, some cash, an undisclosed amount of Lortab pills and other medications. It was this footage that helped authorities identify the men, police said.

Investigators said the first burglary occurred shortly before 11 p.m. Dec. 10 at the Spout Springs location, where the clinic’s front door glass was broken out and flat-screen monitors were taken.

The next burglary happened at about 1:30 a.m. Dec. 11, when drugs and computer equipment were taken from the Old Winder Highway location.