Teton County Sheriff’s officers early Wednesday morning arrested two adult males and a juvenile who were reportedly attempting to break into a motor vehicle in the Rafter J subdivision. Sergeant Tom Combs says the deputies, assisted by officers from the Jackson Police Department apprehended the suspects and determined they had apparently made entry into at least five unlocked vehicles in the neighborhood and taken a variety of personal items. Sheriff’s detectives conducted interviews with the three suspects and as a result, charged 19-year-old Anthony Moss of Jackson with one count of aggravated burglary, five counts of felony burglary, one count of felony possession of criminal tools, and one count of possession of marijuana. They also charged 19-year-old Coleman Ernst of Jackson with five counts of felony burglary and one count of felony possession of criminal tools. The unnamed juvenile was released to his parents but will also face charges in connection with the burglaries. Combs says the area targeted in those burglaries was the center section of Rafter J. At this time, there is no indication of whether the three were involved in any other auto burglaries in the community. Combs urges residents to always lock their vehicles overnight, and promptly report any suspected criminal activity in the neighborhood.