Authorities report that three people have now been charged in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins and thefts at funeral homes in the area.

The break-ins occurred between March 15th and 19th in Pocahontas, Walnut Ridge, and Hoxie.

25-year-old Efren Neely Jr., 31-year-old Pernetra Hill, and 27-year-old Cleishia Martin were all arrested at a Walmart in Jonesboro.

Hill and Martin were in a vehicle reported stolen in Pocahontas and Neely was inside the store.

Police searched the car and found several stolen credit cards and two firearms.

Neely allegedly told police that Martin helped break into all the vehicles and gave Neely the stolen cards to use in Walmart to get prepaid Visa cards.

Hill is being held on a $50,000 cash-only bond, Neely is being held on a $10,000 bond, and Martin on a $50,000 cash/surety bond.

Hill and Neely are due in circuit court on Wednesday, April 24th and Martin on Friday, May 24th.

Efren Neely of Little Rock, age 25 (no photo available) has prior Felony Breaking And Entering charges out of Jefferson County.

Cleishia Martin, age 27 of Little Rock has over two dozen bookings in Arkansas, Texas and Mississippi for crimes ranging from thefts, shoplifting, domestic battery, fleeing to drug charges.

Pernetra Hill age 31 also of Little Rock has over a dozen previous charges ranging from aggravated robbery to theft of property.