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Henderson police arrest nine in home invasions, burglaries

Posted May 18, 2011

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— Henderson police arrested nine people and plan to charge three more in connection with at least 27 armed home invasions and burglaries.

The arrests are the culmination of a yearlong investigation, according to police, who filed at least 353 felony and 84 misdemeanor charges. Those arrested were:

Tyrell Keshaun Person, 20, of 409 Davis St., was being held in the Vance County Jail on a $1.5 million bond. He was charged with:

  • First-degree burglary (9 counts)
  • Second-degree kidnapping (6 counts)
  • Robbery with a dangerous weapon (7 counts)
  • Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (5 counts)
  • Breaking and entering (19 counts)
  • Felonious larceny (20 counts)
  • Possession of stolen goods (22 counts)
  • Felony conspiracy (27 counts)
  • Discharge a firearm into occupied property (2 counts)
  • Misdemeanor injury to personal property (24 counts)
  • Impersonating a law enforcement officer (3 counts)

David Vernell Marrow, 23, of 360 Davis St., was being held in the Vance County Jail on a $1 million bond. He was charged with:

  • First-degree burglary (8 counts)
  • Second-degree kidnapping (5 counts)
  • Robbery with a dangerous weapon (6 counts)
  • Breaking and entering (16 counts)
  • Felonious larceny (18 counts)
  • Possession of stolen goods (18 counts)
  • Felony conspiracy (23 counts)
  • Discharge a firearm into occupied property (1 count)
  • Misdemeanor injury to personal property (21 counts)
  • Impersonating a law enforcement officer (2 counts)

Curtis Bronsen Jr., 25, 236 Pinkston St., was being held in the Vance County Jail on a $1 million bond. He was charged with:

  • First-degree burglary (4 counts)
  • Second-degree kidnapping (3 counts)
  • Robbery with a dangerous weapon (2 counts)
  • Breaking and entering (5 counts)
  • Felonious larceny (6 counts)
  • Possession of stolen goods (6 counts)
  • Felony conspiracy (9 counts)
  • Misdemeanor injury to personal property (8 counts)
  • Impersonating a law enforcement officer (2 counts)

Jovan Antwan Bullock, 22, of 315 Harriett St., was being held on a $10,000 bond and was awaiting trial in connection with an armed robbery in Wake County and numerous other charges in Vance County, police said. He was charged with:

  • Breaking and entering (2 counts)
  • Felonious larceny (2 counts)
  • Possession of stolen goods (2 counts)
  • Felony conspiracy (2 counts)
  • Misdemeanor injury to personal property (1 count)

Omont Quzelle Overby, 22, of 233 E. Andrews Ave., was being held in the Vance County Jail on a $40,000 bond. He was charged with:

  • Breaking and entering (1 count)
  • Felonious larceny (1 count)
  • Possession of stolen goods (1 count)
  • Felony conspiracy (1 count)
  • Injury to personal property (1 count)

Nathan Perry Jr., 17, of 416 Harriett St., was being held in the Vance County Jail on a $70,000 bond. He was charged with:

  • Breaking and entering (2 counts)
  • Felonious larceny (2 counts)
  • Possession of stolen goods (2 counts)

Shykila Denise Davis, 19, Felicha Arneice Durham, 17, and Jasmine Rolisha Alston, 16, all of 360 Davis St., were each charged with one count of felonious possession of stolen goods. They were all being held in the Vance County Jail on $10,000 bonds.

Additional charges were pending against three people, according to police, who said they would release more information when the people were arrested.

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  • pgilbert63 May 18, 2011

    Bag em and tag em just like they did all of our stuff they took!!!!!!!!!

  • slappywhite May 18, 2011

    YES WE CAN!!

  • bmg379 May 18, 2011

    I am personally shocked to find out they were not named Larry,Dwight or Barbara,gotta love henderson

  • PanthersFan45 May 18, 2011

    Some of them look like they are smiling or acting as if it's cool to get your picture in the news for this kind of thing. Says alot about these guys if they been spending time doing the number of crimes they are accused of. Maybe if these guys cared about an education (or even getting a real job) maybe they wouldn't have so much free time for weapons and robberies. Looks like more henderson trash being removed from the streets .

  • Centurian May 18, 2011

    Those guys had better be worried. In VANCE COUNTY courts, all those felonies could result in up to 45 days in Jail! (with credit for time served, of course)

  • wildcat May 18, 2011

    Nine more reasons for a citizen to exercise their 2nd Amendment Rights to Bear Arms.
    sniperdiver

    Another cop-out of and excuse to do such!

  • cantstandya May 18, 2011

    Some how their inability to conform to a life without crime will be someone elses fault,these are just the crimes law enforcment knows about hard telling what they have got away with in the past.

  • beachboater May 18, 2011

    "It is amazing to me that the one with the most counts AND the largest bail is only 20 years old. He must be one angry young person to do what he is accused of." Southern Girl

    I would be more inclined to say mean and lazy. Mean by the fact that would even consider a home invasion, and lazy in that he is too sorry to get a job and work for his income.

  • wildcat May 18, 2011

    With all of these guys already have a long rap sheet; the judge and courts needs to send them to prisons for 25 years. If the parents did not teach them; maybe the prison can and will. They will not take nothing that don't belong to them while locked up or there will be dire consequences.

  • Widowmaker85 May 18, 2011

    Their parents should be so proud. These criminals should be grateful that thay are still alive & not have more holes than the ones they were born with.

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