Three Teens Charged With Break-Ins At Two Schools
Posted August 26, 2005
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Cumberland County sheriff's deputies have made three arrests in connection with break-ins at two area schools.
Jonathan Brian Hamilton, 19, Jeffrey Dale Morton Jr., 17 and Bryant Tyler Flora, 16, were taken into custody around 4 a.m. Friday.
Deputies responding to a burglar alarm at Jack Britt High School on Rockfish Road spotted a small, grey-colored vehicle leaving the area from the back of the school. Authorities said the three suspects were inside the vehicle with a pressure washer and two 5-gallon fuel cans in the back seat.
Additional items believed to have been taken from the school were also found in the vehicle.
Investigators believe the teens are also responsible for break-ins at Stoney Point Elementary School.
The suspects were taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center where they each have been charged with three felony counts of breaking and entering, two felony counts of larceny and two felony counts of possession of stolen goods.