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Four teens charged in Raleigh, Cary crimes

Posted December 24, 2010

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— Four teens have been charged in connection with an attempted armed robbery in Raleigh and a burglary in Cary, authorities said Friday.

Cedrick Antonio High and Shaquille Dshawn Hunter, both 16, face charges of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and possession of a stolen vehicle in the Dec. 23 attempted robbery, which happened outside a convenience store on the corner of Lake Wheeler and Tryon roads in Raleigh.

Police say two armed men approached a woman at an ATM and that someone fired shots at her vehicle. The woman was not injured.

Authorities arrested the men a short time later after they crashed a stolen white 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV near Lake Wheeler Road and Interstate 40, while trying to flee from police.

In addition to High and Hunter, police detained two 14-year-old boys.

One was served with juvenile petitions for attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and possession of a stolen vehicle.

The other was served with juvenile petitions for conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and possession of a stolen vehicle.

Cary police subsequently named the four suspects in a home burglary that happened Wednesday on Windstream Way in Cary.

High and Hunter each face charges of first-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary in that case, and the two 14-year-olds were served juvenile petitions on the same charges, Cary police said.

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  • medcoder05 Dec 29, 2010

    1. why would the school system be blamed for letting kids out for a holiday break. that is plain out riduculous.
    2. where are the parents of these 4 boys at a young age?
    3. why are 14 year olds hanging out with 16 year old that are not allowed to have more than 1 unrelated person in teh car with them while driving. that should be a driving license violation..DUH
    4. regardless if it was a school day they still tried to rob a store. REALLY people. get a life

  • WRALSUCKS Dec 24, 2010

    The pen awaits.

    Too bad none of the victims was armed.

  • CB123 Dec 24, 2010

    Big Dog - Those court dates look they are related to this event.

  • chodnett2 Dec 24, 2010

    If they play adult games then they should have to pay like an adult.

  • renaizzanceman Dec 24, 2010

    I say make an example of all of them. Time to send a message to these punks this won't be tolerated.

  • Da Toy Maker Dec 24, 2010

    "..that someone fired shots at her vehicle.." Should this be attempting murder charge?? Just saying.

  • DukeFan23 Dec 24, 2010

    Cedrick High is 16 and already has been in trouble for plenty. I looked him up on the court website.

    Link: http://www1.aoc.state.nc.us/www/calendars.Criminal.do?county=999&court=CR+&defendant=high%2Ccedrick&start=0&navindex=0&submit=Submit+Query

  • crypt530 Dec 24, 2010

    @themacs- Dec 22nd was not a school day

  • themacs Dec 24, 2010

    Entered too soon.

    December 22 was the first day of break. Kids went Monday and Tuesday. Couldn't really get much closer than that.

  • themacs Dec 24, 2010

    "Well I guess Christmas holiday break from school provided these children with too much idle time. Next thing you know the "parents"( and I use this term loosely) of kids like this will blame the schools for taking holiday breaks."

    December 22 was a school day.

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