NEW INFO: Two arrested in home invasion, police chase in Greenville

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN)- Two men went before a judge Wednesday morning after their arrest for a home invasion that led to a car chase with police.

Top: Damarcus Mobley Bottom: Terry Rosenboro

Greenville police arrested Terry Rosenboro and Damarcus Mobley on Tuesday.

Arrest warrants say the two are accused of breaking into a home on Camille Drive in Greenville Tuesday morning, firing a gun in the air and eventually taking off with jewelry and money.

The resident of the home was able to give police a description of the car they were driving.

Police say they spotted it on Memorial Drive near West Haven Road where a car chase began.

Warrants say the suspect vehicle reached speeds of up to 100 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone.

Both men are currently being held at the Pitt County Detention Center.

They're both facing charges of attempted first degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon, among other charges.

After a first appearance, Mobley's bond was set at $640,000, while Rosenboro received a $325,000 bond.

Both were given court-appointed attorneys and have January 30th for their next court dates.



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Police say a home invasion this morning led to a vehicle chase involving officers.

Greenville police say this morning a resident in the 2700 block of Camille Drive heard several loud knocks at his door. Investigators say two people forced themselves inside of the home demanding, "Where is it?", several times before firing two shots in the air with a gun.

Officials say the two eventually made off with jewelry and money.

The resident was able to give police a description of the vehicle, which was found by police driving north on Memorial Drive near West Haven Road.

A vehicle chase began, with the black Dodge Challenger eventually jumping a curb and hitting trees at the intersection of Arlington Boulevard and Wandsworth Drive.

We're told the two ran from the wreck and were caught a short distance away.

Investigators say the pair did not have a gun when they were caught.

Charges are pending in the case.