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Durham man, 20, sought on break-in charges

Posted March 9, 2010

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— Durham police are trying to find Joshuia Raie-Shawn Waddell, 20, who is wanted on break-in charges.

Authorities charged Waddell, of South Alston Avenue, with breaking into homes on Autumn Drive, Amberwood Drive and West Murray Avenue in January and February.

He is accused of stealing laptop computers, television sets, a camera, jewelry and watches.

Anyone with information on Waddell’s whereabouts is asked to call Investigator Carnevale at 919-560-4582, ext. 29239 or Crime Stoppers at 683-1200.

Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for information leading to arrests in felony cases and callers never have to identify themselves.

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  • AtALost Mar 9, 2010

    I guess judges, lawyers, probation officers, etc. are worried they'll be out of work if they keep them locked up. There's also the extreme liberals who feel everyone deserves chance after chance after chance. Education should be a mandatory part of incarceration since it's insanity to expect criminals to just find a new profession after their release. We also need alternative punishments since we think it's possible for prison/jail to be overcrowded. Public humiliation, caning/whippings, litter removal, grounds maintenance, etc. should be used for non-violent offenses. Lastly, incarceration should mean 1 meal a day and only books as a means of entertainment.

  • so you dont like my opinion ok Mar 9, 2010

    Durham could solve their crime problems pretty easily: quit letting them back out.

    Charged in January and February, why was he let out?

  • OrdinaryCitizen Mar 9, 2010

    Thats a long name. Young guy whose lost his way.

  • fatchanceimwrong Mar 9, 2010

    Photo posted looks like a previous mugshot...no surprise there. Durham could solve their crime problems pretty easily: quit letting them back out.