Two Men Charged With Vehicle Break-In Spree

Two men are accused of breaking into more than a dozen cars in a single morning.

Jeremy Miller and Michael Canady, both of Fayetteville, are charged by Greenville police with 13 counts of breaking and entering into motor vehicles, 13 counts of larceny and one count of financial card theft.

Police say the two broke into the cars on November 3rd in various neighborhoods throughout Greenville.

Detectives say they used a stolen credit card from one of the vehicles at a WalMart in Wilson and that led police to Fayetteville.

The 19-year-old Canady was released on a $14,000 bond, while the 20-year-old Miller remains in jail under the same bond.

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  • by Nick on Nov 17, 2009 at 09:12 AM
    As if crime wasn't bad enough in Greenville, now they are importing thugs from Fayetteville to this area for their crime spree. We need to clean house here in Greenville and send a strong message it won't be allowed.
  • by OMGosh Location: Greenville on Nov 17, 2009 at 08:45 AM
    Way to go GPD! It's ashame one of them was able to bond out of jail and roam free though. Not only should these two have to return EVERY dollar and EVERY item they stole from the 13 cars, the victims ought to be able to sue these guys for the damages done to the vehicles as well....and on top of that, they should be jailed for a long time.

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