Two people are being charged with breaking into a West Alabama school twice. Hardrick McVay, who's 20 and from Cuba, along with an unnamed juvenile are both charged with the break-ins. Both happened within the last two years at Kinterbish Junior High School in Cuba. Investigators say more arrests are expected. Meanwhile, Sumter County Sheriff Tyrone Clarke says a recent break-in at Sumter Academy in the town of York is still under investigation. Anyone with information on either of the crimes is asked to call the Sumter County Sheriff's Department at (205) 652-7984.
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