MARIETTA, Ga. -- The Marietta Police Department has arrested four people this week as part of its 2011 Holiday Season Crime Prevention Plan.
The program was rolled out in November. Its stated goal was to educate Marietta residents on the safety measures that were put into place for their protection over the holidays.
This week's first arrest was made on Washington Avenue, where an officer spotted a man using burglary tools to break into cars and steal items from them. Later in the week, another officer arrested two suspects as they tried to rob two victims in a neighborhood near Franklin Road.
The most recent arrested happened Thursday morning, when police received a call about a suspicious car circling the parking lot of the Taco Bell on Powder Springs Road.