Seven N.C. State Students Charged With Textbook Thefts
Posted March 16, 2006
RALEIGH, N.C. — Seven North Carolina State University students are among nine people charged in connection with crimes involving textbooks; two of them were also charged in connection with a series of pizza-delivery robberies.
All suspects face charges in connection with stealing textbooks from N.C. State's D.H. Hill Library.
N.C. State police linked the pizza-delivery robberies after matching a suspect's sport utility vehicle to information put out about the pizza-delivery robberies by Raleigh police.
D.L. Brunson, 20, and Jerold Harris, 19, were charged in connection with the pizza delivery robberies.
Nicholas Blanks, 19, Leia Harri, 20, William Parker Jr., 22, Noah Kimbrell, 19, Jessica Wilkins, 20, were arrested and charged in connection with the textbook thefts. Two other suspects remain at-large: Jacoby Pulley, 19, and Elijah Edwards, 23.