A front desk clerk at in Alpharetta saw a man exit the building and enter a black Infinity parked in front of the building. After sitting in the vehicle for a few minutes, the man returned to the building, walking straight into the men's locker room.
A little while later, the man once again went out to the parking lot, getting into a Volvo this time. A few minutes later he was heading back into the locker room.
The clerk called Alpharetta police, and the suspect was arrested inside the fitness center. A search of his backpack revealed his Georgia ID card, wallet, some cash and a pair of bolt cutters. The suspect said the bolt cutters were for work, but he also said he was unemployed.
Antrone T. Hughes, 32, of Roswell, was charged with two felony counts of entering auto, three counts of theft by taking under $500 and possession of tools for the commission of a crime. He was released from Fulton County Jail on $27,500 bond on May 23.
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