Two Arrested In Cohasset Car Robberies Case

COHASSET (CBS) – Police arrested two men in relation to several car break-ins that took place in Cohasset on Friday night.

Justin J. Rogers, 18, of Quincy and Tyrell M. Mosely, 18, of Brockton were arrested Saturday after the pair were discovered using a credit card stolen in the robberies.

Scituate had also seen a series of car robberies. Scituate and Cohasset police worked together to locate the pair in Quincy.

When Rogers and Mosely left the Quincy home, police pulled them over and discovered several of the stolen items in the car, including electronics, credit cards, and prescription drugs.

Both suspects were brought to the Scituate police station for booking, and after being released on bail, were re-arrested and taken to Cohasset police station for booking.

Rogers and Mosely were each charged with ten counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle and eight counts of larceny under $250.

“This is the type of outstanding detective work that we have become accustomed to here in Cohasset,” said Cohasset Deputy Chief of Police William Quigley. “A great job as usual with these arrests.”


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