Three more charges were added to a lengthy list of allegations against Quintavius Harrow Friday after police connected the former University of Georgia and Carver High School football player to two more burglaries and a car break-in in mid-October, according to court testimony.
Harrow, 22, and cousin Richard Lucas, 21, faced a first degree burglary charge and two second degree burglary charges during a Friday morning Recorder's Court hearing.
The court appearance is Harrow's fourth in two weeks. Thursday, Harrow and Lucas faced second degree burglary and criminal attempted burglary charges after officers connected the cousins to an Oct. 16 burglary at the Forest Road Package Store and an attempted burglary at Bargain Town on Francis Street. That same night, police say Harrow and Lucas broke into an 1100 Henry Avenue store and robbed a Macon Road Circle K of Newport cigarettes and other goods at gunpoint, according to an Oct. 24 hearing.
Additionally, Lucas and Harrow are accused of robbing a Veterans Parkway Summit Gas Station on Oct. 17. Harrow has also been charged with burgling a 2300 block Lancelot Place residence on Oct. 7, according to an Oct. 31 court hearing.
During Friday's hearing, police connected Harrow and Lucas to two more Oct. 16 burglaries and a car break-in committed around that time.
An officer told the court at least $13,000 worth of jewelry, firearms and electronic devices had been stolen during a burglary at a Carden Drive residence by suspects matching Harrow and Lucas' description. Police say Lucas and Harrow also stole goods from a car parked on Dawn Drive.
Harrow and Lucas are also accused of stealing a display case and other assorted goods from Cody Road Trophies on University Avenue, according to court testimony.
Judge Michael Cielinski set no bond on Lucas and Harrow's latest charges. They were returned to the Muscogee County Jail.