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Police have nabbed a second man who they say is responsible for multiple home break-ins.

David Pope was arrested by Greenville police at the Village Green Apartments around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pope and Shirone Ford have been charged with seven counts of breaking and entering, six counts of felony larceny, attempted felony larceny, and five counts of felony conspiracy.

Last week police found Ford in Bertie County.

Detectives said both men are connected to a string of break-ins starting in June on Addison Court, Royal Drive, Trafalgar Drive, Crooked Creek Drive and Tulls Cove Road.


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Greenville police said they have half of a duo wanted for multiple home break-ins in custody.

Officers said they arrested 21-year-old Shirone Ford on Wednesday after the man was found in Bertie County.

The Greenville man is facing seven counts of breaking or entering, six counts of felony larceny, five counts of felony conspiracy, and one charge for attempting felony larceny.

A magistrate set Ford's bond at $200,000 ahead of his first court appearance.

Police are still looking for David Pope in connection to the same cases.

Detectives said both men are connected to a string of break-ins starting in June on Addison Court, Royal Drive, Trafalgar Drive, Crooked Creek Drive and Tulls Cove Road.

Officers ask anyone with information on Pope to call Greenville police at 252-329-4300.


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Police are looking for two men in connection with a series of home break-ins.

Greenville police say they have warrants out for David Pope, 18, and Shirone Ford, 21.

The two face more than a dozen charges each in connection with home break-ins over the past month on Addison Court, Royal Drive, Trafalgar Drive, Crooked Creek Drive and Tulls Cove Road..

Police say all of the break-ins happened as the burglars got in through an unsecured window or door, or by using a tool to pry their way inside.

Taken were electronics, jewelry and cash.

Police say the two were seen driving a silver or gray Nissan Sentra with a dent in the rear driver's side. The vehicle has North Carolina tag CBL-7191.

Anyone with information on Pope or Ford should call Greenville police at 252-329-4300.


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