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3 Teens Suspected in String of Break-ins

Posted May 8, 2007

— Three teens were arrested Tuesday morning in connection with a burglary, and authorities said they suspect the trio of being involved in a string of break-ins.

Wake County deputies responding to a report of a burglary in progress at 4605 Spring Crest Court in Fuquay-Varina found three people in a parked car in a nearby neighborhood, authorities said. Numerous items thought to be stolen from several homes in the area were found inside the car, authorities said.

Louis Andre Silva, 17, of 5847 Wilson Pond Road in Fuquay-Varina; Tania Davila Guadarrama, 19, of 7837 Wilson Pond Lane in Fuquay-Varina; and Johvany Peralta, 16, of 2213 Massengil Pond Road in Angier, have each been charged with first-degree burglary and breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Guadarrama also is charged with larceny of a motor vehicle, while Silva and Peralta have each been charged with misdemeanor larceny.

Silva and Peralta are being held in the Wake County Jail on $100,000 bonds, while Guadarrama is being held on a $50,000 bond.

The case remains under investigation.


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  • HomeBrewDude May 10, 2007

    Actually they will be facing grand larceny charges. These lowlifes ripped off over $7500 in stuff from one vehicle in the neighborhood. What gets me is that we're paying for illegals to remain locked up. If these does not say "tighten down the boarders" I don't know what else will open other's eyes. When are we all going to stand up and say enough is enough?

  • msodrgnking May 9, 2007

    It does not matter if they graduated high school or not, it does not matter if they are illegal or not, what happened is they broke the law and now they should be punished to the fullest extent that the law allows. They are just lucky that they did not pick the " right " house to break into, otherwise we would be reading a much different story about them. There is a sign in my yard that reads " If you are caught here tonight, you will be found here tomorrow" LOL

  • wlfpak03 May 9, 2007

    Wonder if they have a high school degree?

  • wlfpak03 May 9, 2007

    I wonder if they are here legally? hummmm....

  • Top Dog May 9, 2007

    hope they got all of them

  • packandcanesfan May 9, 2007

    If they had been in school or at a job, they wouldn't have been stealing on a Tuesday morning. I suppose the victims were at their job to make ends meet while being ripped off by these fine citizens.

  • InhisName aka CaryCrazzy May 9, 2007

    Did you catch their address on the story. Send them letters concerning your emotions. Hopefully this locked up will change their minds and start to work like every other person.

  • mslisac363 May 9, 2007

    I guess this is a sign that they are not all here to work as the proclaim. Anyway, I can't be upset with these just because where they come from, but wonder if they are picking up habbits that our own legal people are doing. People seem to forget these are very poor people coming hear and they are going to be living with people that we already have a problem with and learning their ways.

  • narcolepsy123456 May 9, 2007

    If found to be here illegally, imprison them for the rest of their lives for committing crimes here and being an illegal immigrant, but put them in GITMO prison.

  • Scare Crow May 9, 2007

    I've been broken into several times, oh how I wish I had been home. All I can say, you're home and someone breaks in, aim carefully. Maybe the ACLU should get on that bandwagon, right to bear arms and protect your property! If it became a common event maybe the scum will think twice before he kicks in the door.