Suspects Arrested In Greenville Car Break-Ins

Four suspects are under arrest and charged in several vehicle break-ins in Greenville.

The fifteen break-ins happened from January 15th through February 8th of this year in the parking lots of businesses on Greenville Boulevard and Memorial Drive.

Police have charged 16-year-old Khyree Stokes, 16-year-old Aaron Hill, 17-year-old Samuel Marshall, all of Greenville, and an unnamed 15-year-old in the break-ins.

Bond was set at $250,000 for all except the one juvenile who has been arrested and processed through the juvenile system.

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  • by Star1 on Feb 16, 2011 at 04:47 AM
    @Not My Kid--I totally agree. well spoken, and this is parenting.
  • by Star1 on Feb 16, 2011 at 04:45 AM
    @typicalgville-I see having an intelligent converation with you is obselete. You TOTALLY missed the point. I am AFRAID that you call yourself a parent..perhaps a PEANUT will be the appropriate noun that describes you.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 16, 2011 at 03:49 AM
    You all don't realize where they live Clubway Drive it IS CRACK CITY the cops are even scared to go back there real surprised they made these arrests
  • by car break-in vicitm on Feb 15, 2011 at 11:17 AM
    While I am glad they found out who committed the crimes off of Greenville Blvd and Memorial Drive, what about the car break-ins at and near the Music Academy off of Red Banks?
  • by PL on Feb 15, 2011 at 08:27 AM
    typicalgville: You need to get out more! Unfortunately, this type of thing with teens is getting out of hand all over the country. You are showing your (erroneous) bias. If you believe otherwise either: a. do a little reseach of other areas crime patterns or b. move. Kthanks.
  • by Not My Kid on Feb 15, 2011 at 07:29 AM
    Never say what your kid won't do. Kids can be raised in the best homes with really good role models and still make a bad choice. Parents can teach all the right things but kids still make bad choices. Most parents have to work and can't be with their kid at all times. Once a kid is about 15 years old they have their own mind and make decisions parents may or may not agree with. It doesn't mean that they didnt have any raising at home. Most parents do trust their kid until they are given a reason not too. Life is all about choices-Parents try and teach all the right things but it is up to the kid in the end to make the right choice.
  • by To Star1 Location: Greenville on Feb 15, 2011 at 06:58 AM
    I have a child and my sight is this. My child knows that she WILL be in trouble with me when she gets home, so she wouldn't be doing anything she wasn't suppose to. With or without being at school. Your children should be a little afraid of you. That's what's missing with children now. You don't have to beat them to let them know you're the adult. Start punishing these children and we won't have these problems. Not to mention that some of these children need better role models!!!
  • by Anonymous on Feb 15, 2011 at 06:21 AM
    Maybe if the children were raised with a good example you wouldn't have to worry about them and what they are doing when you drop them off. I Agree charge the parents also, sounds like a lack of training. Don't most grand parents raise there grand kids now.
  • by Star1 on Feb 15, 2011 at 04:11 AM
    @typical Gvill, apparently you are not a PARENT! As a parent you would know that you can not watch your teen 24/7. You may drop off to a HS game, but later find out that they were downtown somewhere. Another prime example, look at the situation that occurred at Farm. Central this case the persons was where there suppose (at school) to be, and look what happened! Should the parents be blamed? H*& No! So you need to be mindful and more mature when speaking. Have some kids and your insight maybe much different.
  • by RdoubleD on Feb 15, 2011 at 03:42 AM
    How does GPD have time to waste on petty crime like this when there are so many fraternity keg parties for them to be raiding?
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