Auburn man turns himself in after identified on video surveillance

AUBURN, Ala. – An investigation into an auto burglary reported back in September leads to the arrest of an Auburn man.

Rome Payne, 20, was arrested after the investigation developed him as a suspect after he was identified on video surveillance at the home.

According to the victim, someone unlawfully entered his 2006 Hummer while it was parked at a home in the 800 block of Lem Morrison Drive and stole a hunting knife valued at $100.

Payne is being charged with Unlawful Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle. He subsequently turned himself in to the police and was taken into custody.

Payne was transported to the Lee County Jail and will be eligible for a $3,000 bond.

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