Habitat for Humanity burglary suspect arrested

Tuscaloosa Police make two arrests connected to a burglary case.{} 19-year-old Danthony Jaleel Thomas was arrested for receiving stolen property.{} Police also arrested at 15 year old juvenile on third degree burglary.{} The arrests stem from an incident that happened around 8:00 Monday evening in the 1500 block of Fosters Ferry Road.{} Police say the suspect broke into multiple storage units that stored equipment for Habitat for Humanity.{} After receiving a Crime Stoppers tip, investigators recovered some of the stolen tools and took in possible suspects for questioning before making the arrests. The juvenile was released on a juvenile court appearance agreement.{} His identity will not be released.{} Thomas is at the Tuscaloosa County Jail on a $15,000 bond.