Two are adults, two are juveniles; Mike's Bottle Shop was burglarized twice in August.

Two Crookston juveniles and two Crookston adults have been charged in connection with two August burglaries in Red Lake Falls. The pair of juveniles, ages 17 and 16, are charged with four counts of third degree burglary, two counts of misdemeanor theft and one count of third degree criminal damage to property, according to information provided by the Red Lake County Sheriff's Office.

The two Crookston juveniles, along with others accused in connection with the Aug. 20 and Aug. 29 burglaries at Mike's Bottle Shop in Red Lake Falls, will make their initial court appearances later this month.

The RLCSO states that several bottles of alcohol and packs of cigarettes were taken in the two incidents, totaling around $675 in value. Property damage from the crimes is estimated at $915.

The RLCSO has been working with the Crookston Police Department throughout the investigation. On Sept. 6, search warrants were executed in Red Lake Falls and Crookston and several pieces of evidence were seized and numerous suspects were interviewed.

Two adults from Crookston were arrested and booked at Tri-County Community Corrections in Crookston. Shania Felipa Rocha, 18, and Timothy Lloyd, Jr., 25, made their first court appearances in Red Lake County District Court and were released on their promise to make future court appearances. They're each charged with two counts of third degree burglary, third degree criminal damage to property, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, furnishing alcohol to minors and misdemeanor theft. The charges are connected to the Aug. 29 burglary. Also charged in connection with the Aug. 29 incident is Julian Paul Hornberger, 18, of Red Lake Falls. He has yet to make his first court appearance.

Two Red Lake Falls juveniles, 15 and 17 year old females, face charges in connection with the Aug. 20 burglary at Mike's Bottle Shop.