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Fayetteville teens caught after break-in

Posted September 27, 2013

— A pair of Fayetteville teenagers was arrested Thursday morning, caught after they broke into a home on Zinnia Court.

A neighbor spotted activity inside the home and called police. When deputies arrived, the witness was able to describe the car used in the crime, and deputies pulled the teens over nearby. A computer and a gaming system stolen from the home were inside their vehicle.

Giancarlo Scibilia, 17, of 2622 Dartmouth Drive, and Keron Jordan Guthary, 16, of 636 Monagon St., face charges of felony breaking and entering, felony larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods.  Guthary faces an additional charge of misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Both were released on bond into the custody of their parents.


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  • dwpmgg Sep 30, 2013

    Children certainly do what they believe is right, but you can not blame the parents for their actions. I believe they will learn their lesson. To me I find it amazing how so many people comment on the parents. We can lead the horse to the water but not force them to drink. Have the children volunteer at a homeless shelter and let them learn first hand what road their actions can lead them down.

  • gt_football Sep 27, 2013

    "Both were released on bond into the custody of their parents."

    Well isn't that special!!! Where are the parents in the first place? Crickets..............................

  • eoglane Sep 27, 2013

    lock them up with their parents

  • chairmannc Sep 27, 2013

    Hope they never decide to break into my house when I'm home....would definately be their last B&E...

  • TeaBagOnLove Sep 27, 2013

    Hard-Knocks-Life 101: While best to commit a robbery when the homeowner is not home, it is best to do so without being watched in plain daylight.