Local News

Florida men charged in Cary, Apex burglaries

Posted April 16, 2015

Jason Alexander Bullard, Kevon Maurice Brown, Tevin Devonte Tolliver and Frank Jackson (left to right)
Map Marker  Find News Near Me

— Four Florida men have been charged with breaking into homes in Cary and Apex last month and stealing close to $100,000 total in jewelry, electronics and other items, according to arrest warrants.

Jason Alexander Bullard, 19, Kevon Maurice Brown, 19, Tevin Devonte Tolliver, 20, and Frank Jackson, 21, all of Fort Lauderdale, were each charged with four counts of breaking and entering, four counts of larceny and two counts of criminal conspiracy, all felonies.

The men are accused of burglarizing homes on the 4800 block of Millens Bay Court in Apex, the 100 block of Olde Tree Drive in Cary and Northwoods Drive in Cary on March 19 and the 800 block of Winter Hill Drive in Apex on March 20, warrants state.

A safe was taken from one home, and "negotiable instruments" were stolen from a second home, according to warrants.


Please with your WRAL.com account to comment on this story. You also will need a Facebook account to comment.

Oldest First
View all
  • Quinn Satterthwaite Apr 16, 2015
    user avatar

    Surprisingly WRAL doesn't state these products of rap societies' race in their headlinesShhhhhh.

    We should just be happy that RAL has let up for a couple of days generating fake stories to keep the South Carolina shooting on the front page.

  • Alexia Proper Apr 16, 2015
    user avatar

    View quoted thread

    How does that negate what was said? These apparently are hoodlums. It's not the first time they've been arrested for theft, either.

  • Jimmy Jordan Apr 16, 2015
    user avatar

    View quoted thread

    The #1 selling "rapper" of all time is white. LOL too funny.

  • Tim Kelly Apr 16, 2015
    user avatar

    View quoted thread

    Do you spend most of you days obsessing over conspiracy theories and hypotheticals?

  • Chad Johnson Apr 16, 2015
    user avatar

    Too bad they weren't shot