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Teens break in to Auburn stadium, steal items belonging to Bo Jackson, Cam Newton and more

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AUBURN, Ala. - Three teens have been arrested after they allegedly broke in to the Auburn University football stadium and stole historical team items including the 2010 National Championship Game football.

Auburn police say John Williams, 19; Nicholas Calvin, 18; and Zachary Keeler, 18, all of Auburn, broke in to Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday and stole over $13,000 worth of merchandise. The police report says the three stole items including:
>Bo Jackson's #34 football jersey
>Bo Jackson football helmet with an orange face mask
>Bo Jackson's game football
>Cam Newton's #2 football jersey
>Cam Netwon's BCS football helmet

All those items are valued at approximately $2,500.

The three are also accused of stealing a variety of other football merchandise, such as cleats, socks and shirt.

All the stolen items have been recovered, according to police.

Williams, Calvin and Keeler turned themselves in to authorities Wednesday after arrest warrants were issued charging them with third degree burglary and first degree theft of property. The three were taken to the Lee County Jail and were eligible for a $8,000 bond.

James Brierton

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