18-year-old Xzhavier Archibald and Janya Artis Arrested for Multiple Vehicle Thefts in Manchester

**UPDATE: Teens Arrested in Connection with Vehicle Thefts**

In a recent turn of events, two teenagers are now facing a slew of charges after being linked to a series of vehicle thefts that occurred over the summer. The Manchester Police Department launched an investigation after a number of stolen vehicles were discovered in the area of Center Street in July and August.

During the course of their investigation, authorities were able to gather enough evidence to identify the two suspects involved. The detectives, tirelessly pursuing justice, managed to tie the suspects to purchases made using credit cards that had been stolen from the vehicles.

Thanks to ongoing surveillance efforts, the police were able to spot the suspects in the vicinity where the thefts had taken place. They wasted no time in making contact with the individuals, who were later identified as 18-year-old Xzhavier Archibald from Hartford and 18-year-old Janya Artis from Manchester.

The investigation ultimately revealed that the duo was responsible for five vehicle thefts in Manchester. Following the accumulation of substantial evidence, both teens were promptly arrested. Authorities obtained warrants charging them with various theft and related offenses.

Janya Artis, one of the suspects, is facing a total of three counts each of motor vehicle theft and conspiracy to commit motor vehicle theft. In addition, she is being charged with two counts each of first-degree criminal trover and tampering with a motor vehicle. Artis is also confronting a single count of sixth-degree larceny and illegal use of a payment card.

Meanwhile, Xzhavier Archibald is facing three counts of conspiracy to commit motor vehicle theft, along with two counts each of motor vehicle theft, first-degree criminal trover, and tampering with a motor vehicle. Additionally, he is charged with a single count each of first-degree conspiracy to commit criminal trover, conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit tampering with a motor vehicle, and illegal use of a payment card.

This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of remaining vigilant when it comes to securing our vehicles. As the investigation continues, the Manchester Police Department is urging residents to take necessary precautions, such as locking car doors, parking in well-lit areas, and never leaving valuables in plain sight.

Stay tuned for further updates on this ongoing investigation as authorities work diligently to bring about justice for the victims of these vehicle thefts.

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