Four men are in jail tonight in connection to a break-in at the home of Alabama guitarist Jeff Cook. Police Chief Randy Bynum of Ft. Payne said the four men are suspected of stealing several guitars, sports memorabilia, a video camera, several firearms and other personal items from Cook's home June 2. According to Fort Payne police, the suspects are Jacob Lea, Joshua Hammonds, Matthew Patterson and Derrick Martin. Lea, Hammonds and Patterson are charged with burglary and Martin is charged with receiving stolen property. The men are being held in the DeKalb County Detention Center.