Goldsboro man arrested in five vehicle break-ins
Posted December 11, 2008
Updated December 12, 2008
Goldsboro, N.C. — Goldsboro police arrested a man in five vehicle break-ins that began in August and in which at least $2,500 worth of property was stolen.
Investigator Dwayne Bevell secured warrants charging William Jonah Graham, 28, of 215 E. Holly St., with five counts of breaking into and entering a motor vehicle, four counts of larceny and two counts of possession of stolen goods.
The first break-in occurred in a church parking lot at 1216 Parkway Drive the morning of Aug. 17. The victim said property worth $755 was stolen from his car, and a TV monitor was damaged.
A woman told police she left her car unlocked in a convenience store lot at 2101 Wayne Memorial Drive on Oct. 11. About $545 worth of property was taken from her car.
The windows of three cars were broken in a parking lot Wayne Community College the evening of Nov. 13. Property worth approximately $1,200 was stolen.
Investigators recovered about $1,000 worth of property and returned it to the victims.
Graham was being held in the Wayne County Detention Center under a $55,000 secured bond.
He was on probation from a 2006 conviction for manslaughter by motor vehicle in Maryland.