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Garner man accused of breaking into nine homes

Posted August 17, 2010

— A 19-year-old man is accused of breaking into numerous homes in Garner.

Ronald Kenneth Miller III, of 323 Kentucky Drive in Garner, was arrested Monday and charged with nine counts of breaking and entering and seven counts of larceny after breaking and entering, according to arrest warrants.

The alleged crimes occurred over the last few weeks in the areas of Phillip Street, Kentucky and Chapwith drives, Brooks and Popular avenues and Blackthorne Place.

Items stolen from the homes included televisions, a CD player, a GPS system, jewelry and money, arrest warrants state.

Miller was being held in the Wake County jail under a $90,000 bond.


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  • serious1 Aug 19, 2010

    When/if he gets out, he need NOT come back to my neighborhood EVER EVER AGAIN! Or any other losers like this!! Jus sayin...

  • SO LOW Aug 18, 2010

    get a JOB!!

  • kcr4982213 Aug 17, 2010

    Convicted 2 years ago for what? Larceny. Imagine that.....But our great system puts them right back out there to keeping on doing the same thing.....Go figure...

  • karenbloom Aug 17, 2010

    do these kids have any parents to guide them?

  • ccs1920 Aug 17, 2010

    We work for it and they steal it. A cycle that may never be broken.