Five face $5 million bond in Durham home invasion
Posted August 8
Durham, N.C. — Five people were arrested overnight after a reported home invasion on East Club Boulevard in Durham, police said.
Investigators said three men were walking to the home at about 1:30 a.m. when they were approached by three men armed with rifles.
The men forced the victims into the home, and two of them suffered minor injuries.
Those arrested are: James Earl Wilson Jr., 18, of Mount Bethel Church Road in Roxboro; Deonta Taborn, 21, of Burlington Road in Roxboro; Dexter Poteat, 26, of Hassel Horton Road in Hurdle Mills; Jea’Ron Anthony Rogers, 18, of Stone Drive in Roxboro; and Sean Thompson (also known as Raheim Na Quon Young), 35, of Glenbrook Drive in Durham.
All five face charges of assault by pointing a gun, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, first degree burglary, larceny after breaking and entering, robbery with a dangerous weapon and second degree kidnapping.
Poteat is also facing charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and assault on a female.
All five men were placed in Durham County Jail. Each was being held on $5 million bond.