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Fayetteville man surrenders, charged in home invasion

Posted September 30, 2014

Deonta Marcus Underwood

— A 24-year-old Fayetteville man surrendered to Cumberland County sheriff's deputies early Tuesday.

Deonta Marcus Underwood, of 631 Hickory View Court, was charged with discharging a firearm into occupied property, felony conspiracy and robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with a home invasion Friday.

Deputies previously arrested two other people in connection with the crime.

Investigators say Underwood and Tirreil Mario Maynor, 31, of 6426 Kincross Ave., forced themselves into a home at 2426 Ireland Drive on Friday night, fired their weapons and stole a television.

The men made their getaway in a Honda driven by Meghan Clark Salazar, 27, of 220 Faison Ave., deputies said.

Salazar and Maynor were both arrested.

Salazar was being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $10,000 secured bond. She faces two accessory charges. 

Maynor's bond was set at $375,000. He is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and discharging a firearm into occupied property.


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  • babylaceycarpenter Sep 30, 2014

    And I continue to wish some of these criminals, would come into my home. No bond would be needed, nor any taxpayer dollars for anything other than an autopsy.

  • disgusted2010 Sep 30, 2014

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    Truly amazing how you want to walk all over people's rights. If its not your advocacy of curtailing the second amendment, its the fifth.

  • 678devilish Sep 30, 2014

    He should have been charged and should see a long time behind bars. Its people like him that make your own home unsafe. Lock him up and keep him there. No bond!

  • vile garbage Sep 30, 2014

    Why on EARTH would anyone go to Fayetteville?

  • ohbumr Sep 30, 2014

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    it's just armed robbery, 100 hours of community service will keep him from repeating this offence.

  • iknowjack Sep 30, 2014

    Sure, he knows he'll be out tomorrow. Who wants to guess how many more home invasions this POS will commit before his trial?

  • kermit60 Sep 30, 2014

    And how long in jail will they get this time, if any?