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3 men arrested after break-ins reported at Cary home

Posted April 1

From left to right: Trevor Demetri Level, Tyshon Gerod Solomon and Willonte Jamal Papa Miller-Torres
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— Three men were arrested Thursday afternoon on charges of burglary, larceny, concealed carry and marijuana possession after suspicious activity was reported in a Cary neighborhood.

At about 1:20 p.m., the Cary Police Department received a call about suspicious activity near Ripplewater Lane in Cary's Lochwinds subdivision. The caller had posted a tip on her community's crime & safety section of nextdoor.com, a private social network for neighborhoods, after she saw a man peering into her home.

According to the caller's post, "A man wearing a hood was peering into the front, sidelight window of my home while a woman sat nearby in a car as his lookout. My niece came home for lunch and saw him at our front door. She was able to call 911 with a description of the car and license tag after the guy abruptly got into the getaway car, and they left."

Captain Randall B. Rhyne of the Cary Police Department said patrol units responded to the area and were able to locate the car that the caller had described. Officers stopped the car and arrested three of the four passengers.

Rhyne identified the three men as Trevor Demetri Level, 19, Willonte Jamal Papa Miller-Torres, 18, and Tyshon Gerod Solomon, 18.

Level and Miller-Torres were both charged with burglary and larceny after burglary, and Solomon was charged with concealed carry of a weapon and marijuana possession. The woman Fuller mentioned was not arrested.

Rhyne said two of the men are connected to burglaries that the Cary Police Department had already been investigating, and the arresting officer stated the couple and the car had previously been reported as suspicious in several other Cary neighborhoods.

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  • Janet Ghumri Apr 2, 2016
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    The article doesn't tell where these fine, upstanding young people call home. I'm curious since the car was connected to other burglaries. I'm betting that they don't live anywhere close to that neighborhood.
    And, as far as the driver, I wonder if maybe they want to link her to other issues (now that they know her name, address and vehicle)
    Either way, I'm glad they were caught, and hopefully this will teach them before they get much older, and then it would be even better.

  • Rob Hartley Apr 1, 2016
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    Breaking into someone's home is such a violation of privacy and security. You will never feel safe in a home that was broken into.

  • Jim Smith Apr 1, 2016
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    Why wasn't the driver arrested? She clearly was part of this attempted B&E if she is the getaway driver. It doesn't make sense. Now she is probably going to just bring another group of these losers to any one of our neighborhoods to commit more crime.

  • Chase Truman Apr 1, 2016
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    I hate thieves. I really do. Seriously, don't come stealing my stuff... I worked hard for it. You go work for the money to get your own!

  • Quinton Williams Apr 1, 2016
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    Glad that Lori's niece was there to notify the authorities and shut this skullduggery down before it escalated! Great job!

  • Brent Phares Apr 1, 2016
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    Wonder why the getaway car driver wasn't arrested if connected to robberies?