Arrests Made In Mall "Smash & Grab" Case

There's been an arrest in a smash and grab that happened two weeks ago at the Greenville Mall.

Police have charged Timonthy Dickens, Alzavion Randolph, and Juwahn Anderson, all of Tarboro, with felony larceny and injury to personal property. They are still looking for Lenquonis McKenzie, 16, of Tarboro.

On October 15th police say three to four men broke the glass display cabinet at the Gems and Gold, a kiosk in the mall. A police reports says $35,000 worth of gold necklaces with gold and diamond charms were taken.

Police say the four men may also be responsible for similar crimes in Goldsboro, Rocky Mount and Wilson.

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  • by swagg Location: stupid on Jan 7, 2010 at 11:06 AM
    i mean if u dnt knw dha whole story aint naw need 2 judge dem if u judge dem ur judge'n urself dhats all i got 2 say
  • by travon Location: scotland neck on Nov 4, 2009 at 06:10 AM
    they stupid l.o.l
  • by Talkin Bout ME!!! Location: Tarboro NC on Nov 3, 2009 at 08:20 AM
    I Was Wrong (Very Wrong)...My Actionz That I Displayed Was Unacceptable!!! Honestly I Was Raised Better Than That...Just Made A Mistake(Yeah Itz Bigger Than Mistakez Most People Make) And I Will Be Punished For My Actionz. Just Never Thought Of My Family Or The People That I Would Be Hurtin...I Apologize To The Communtiy!!! AjKr
  • by me Location: Tarboro on Nov 3, 2009 at 04:41 AM
    I'm not trying to stir up anything but until you have a son that has done this, don't judge them. Drugs were not a part of this. All four guys will spend their time.
  • by Jane on Nov 2, 2009 at 09:45 AM
    David, you are very correct, you said it all~
  • by ETD Location: Greenville on Nov 1, 2009 at 01:37 PM
    David i couldn't agree more
  • by tina Location: Weldon on Nov 1, 2009 at 10:03 AM
    I'd be the last to make excuses for these criminals, but once they get caught up in the drug trade and go to jail, what can they do when they are released? They have no skills (although it cost more to jail them that teach them a skill) and they have a record which makes it hard to get a job. I'll bet Gov Easley and Bernie Maddox won't do any time.
  • by David on Nov 1, 2009 at 05:20 AM
    I'm a business owner in a similar business and we've been broken into twice and both times they caught the theives. In both cases, the theives were back on the street within a few months and never paid back a penny. Jail is nothing more than a vacation to these thugs where they can get free healthcare, good food, and plot their next crime spree when they get out.
  • by enc Location: enc on Oct 30, 2009 at 03:06 PM
    Dumb punks. Glad the Police got 'em!

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