Ten Arrested In Home Burglary Spree

Police say they have solved a string of home break-ins that have plagued one Eastern Carolina town since September.

Tarboro police have arrested ten people, after a neighbor called them early Friday morning about suspicious activity on Ward Drive that turned out to be another B&E.

Police say they have now solved seven home break-ins where burglars would scope out the homes, then steal flat screen TV's, jewelry, snack cakes and drinks.

Rocky Mount police have tied the group to seven break-ins there as well.

Though not everyone was involved in each break-in, police say through confessions they learned the ten all knew each other and are all from Rocky Mount.

Here is a list of those arrested:

Darius Arnold - 3 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny and 8 counts of larceny of a firearm
Emanuel Jones - 3 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny, 8 counts of larceny of a firearm and 1 count of 1st degree burglary
J'vonte Dupree - 2 counts of felony b&e, 2 counts of larceny
J'vaughn Dupree - 2 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny
Jazmine Hicks - 2 counts of felony b&e, 2 counts of larceny
James Fields - 2 counts of felony b&e, 2 counts of larceny
Curtis Hinton - 3 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny, 8 counts of larceny of a firearm
Robert Parker - 3 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny, 8 counts of larceny of a firearm
Kwaidarius Harris - 3 counts of felony b&e, 3 counts of larceny, 8 counts of larceny of a firearm
Dorian Johnson - 1 count of 1st degree burglary, 6 counts of felony b&e, 6 counts of larceny, 13 counts of larceny of a firearm


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  • by Anonymous on Dec 26, 2010 at 07:20 AM
    They should pull the time for the crimes that they have committed, but the is no need to blame the parents.As parents you can only do so much, you can bring your children up the right way but once the get with the wrong crowd,everything that we have taught them as parents seems to go out the window.Not every criminal has bad parents.
  • by 5000 Location: rockymout on Dec 14, 2010 at 08:51 AM
    look i hope they all stay in jail!!! I know the parents are hurt but it looks like the state have to raise them cause you DIDN'T!!!Parent pay attention PLEASE....
  • by ... Location: Princeville on Dec 7, 2010 at 09:17 AM
    Police should question them about the break-ins in princeville also because i am a victim myself
  • by They'll Be Back! on Dec 6, 2010 at 06:31 PM
    I wonder how many of these "fine young men" will actually serve time. I'm sure the moms will say, "They're good boys...they'd didn't do nuthin'!" I'd bet they get probation and a small fine. They'll be stealing from the community again before you can say Jack Robinson.
  • by Just Sayin' on Dec 6, 2010 at 06:30 PM
    Did you get the 32 inch flat screen? yup! How about The Little Debbie's, The RC Cola and the Moon Pie?! Yeah Boy! Stupid is as Stupid Does!
  • by ecugrad Location: gville on Dec 6, 2010 at 12:03 PM
    This is why community watches are so important! Good job to the kaller that didn't just overlook the suspicious activity and acted on it. Let's keep these scum off the streets and out of our homes!
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