Boy, 13, inside Chandler home when burglars break in

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Garrison Peters (left) and Alex White By Jennifer Thomas Garrison Peters (left) and Alex White By Jennifer Thomas
Garrison Peters By Jennifer Thomas Garrison Peters By Jennifer Thomas
Alex White By Jennifer Thomas Alex White By Jennifer Thomas

CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Chandler police arrested two men after a 13-year-old boy saw them breaking into his home Thursday morning.

Alex White, 18, and Garrison Peters, 21, were booked on charges of second-degree burglary and possession of burglary tools.

The boy ran out of his home near Alma School Road and Chandler Boulevard when he saw people breaking in around 11 a.m.

Police surrounded the home and heard banging noises coming from inside, according to court documents. Police shouted to the burglars to come out of the house and White exited through the garage door then about 30 minutes later, Peters came out of the home.

Police reportedly found a credit card belonging to one of the homeowners in Peters' pocket.

Police said the house appeared to have been torn apart. Items were knocked over and lying everywhere throughout the home.