Xavier Jones, 19; Joseph Carson, 17, and a juvenile, whose name has not been released because of his age, were charged Thursday by the Cherokee Sheriff's Office for their alleged roles in break-ins in the Hillhouse Lodge Lake Community.
Jones was charged with nine counts of burglary and one count of possession of tools to commit a crime. He was taken to the Cherokee Adult Detention Center, and his bond was set at $112,000.
Carson was charged with five counts of party to the crime of burglary. His bond at the county jail as set at $56,000.
The juvenile was charged with nine counts of burglary, possession of tools to commit a crime and theft of a motor vehicle. He was 16 at the time of the crimes, but has turned 17. He remains in custody at the Paulding County Youth Detention Center.
Stolen property was found in Jones's home, according to the sheriff's office. The property has been returned to the rightful owners.
A large amount of blood was left at the crime scene, said Public Information Officer Lt. Jay Baker, and it was suspected one of the burglars cut his hand breaking glass on a door to gain entry.
At the time of his arrest, Jones had severe cuts to two of his fingers, Baker said. A search warrant for DNA comparison will be obtained by investigators.
Sheriff Roger Garrison said the community helped investigators solve the case.
"We appreciate the information given to investigators by the public that led to their capture," he said.