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POLICE: Five Arrests Solve Home Break-Ins

Police say they solved a number home break-ins that have struck several Greenville neighborhoods. A total of five people have been charged with 85 different counts.

Police say the break-ins happened between April and December of last year in the Parkwest Drive and Westpoint Drive neighborhoods off of Old Standtonsburg Road.

Here is a list of those arrested, their charges and bond amounts:

Kelvin Herring, Jr., 27, of Greenville. $170,000 secured bond.
Breaking and entering - 6 counts
Larceny after breaking and entering - 5 counts
Possession of stolen property
Larceny of firearm - 10 counts
Felony conspiracy to commit breaking and entering

Jordan Farr, 16, of Greenville. $70,000 secured bond.
Breaking and entering
Larceny after breaking and entering
Possession of stolen property
Larceny of firearm - 10 counts
Felony conspiracy to commit breaking and entering

Damien Lopez Moore, 17, of Greenville. $70,000 secured bond.
Breaking and entering - 2 counts
Larceny after breaking and entering - 2 counts
Possession of stolen property
Larceny of firearm - 10 counts
Felony conspiracy to commit breaking and entering

Jaquann Joyner, 16 of Greenville. $116,500 secured bond.
Breaking and entering - 5 counts
Larceny after breaking and entering - 4 counts
Possession of stolen property
Larceny of firearm - 10 counts
Felony conspiracy to commit breaking and entering
Resist, delay, and obstruct (providing false name to law enforcement)

Justin Strader, 20, of Greenville. $50,000 secured bond.
Receive stolen property - 10 counts.


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