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One juvenile escapee caught; second still loose

Posted May 22, 2012

— Authorities said they have recaptured one of two juveniles who escaped while on a home visit in Goldsboro last weekend, a spokesman for the state Division of Juvenile Justice said.

DaShawn K. was caught Tuesday, but SirCalvin J. remains on the run, spokesman William Lassiter said. SirCalvin J. was last seen at 2606 Beston Road around 3 p.m. Sunday, and authorities believe he is still in the Goldsboro area.

Both juveniles are committed to the custody of the Division of Juvenile Justice and were placed at Lenoir Youth Development Center.

The Department of Public Safety does not release the full names of juvenile detainees.

Anyone who sees SirCalvin J. is asked to call law enforcement.


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  • h3ardita11b4 May 23, 2012

    smbiz - PLEASE tell me you were joking! I have a suggestion. When you try to make fun of someone at least have the common courtesy to spell correctly. Stop using words that you can't spell. The word you were looking for is ridiculous. :)

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 May 23, 2012

    Why would someone, family, friend hide this criminal and get themselves into serious trouble. Its not worth it. Turn him in now.

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 May 23, 2012

    Eventually he will be caught and the person (s) hiding him should also be charged and put in jail. They will also add escape charges to him and then he will wish he had not done it.

  • harleysfather60 May 23, 2012

    Poverty, poverty, poverty. Whats the best way out ? Get a job !!

  • Statick May 23, 2012

    SirCalvin? Ha ha...what a handle. Thanks, mom.

  • whyalltheproblems May 22, 2012

    Will be sure to let King Arthur know SirClavin has gone missing. good grief.

  • djofraleigh May 22, 2012

    Someone needs to get a grant to study how those magnificent, wonderful mothers (like my mom) who had their first child as a teen and without a father in the home were able to raise up children that are independent, self-reliant, responsible citizens. One factor is going to be that they hold their children accountable and responsible out of love. Love doesn't spoil a child, but not holding a child accountable and responsible will ruin them.

  • djofraleigh May 22, 2012

    These two young men, ten-to-one odds, don't have their father in the home, and the mother of each of them had her first child while a teen. From that,comes the ball and chain of poverty and society enabled sense of entitlement and state sponsored dependency.

    Please someone prove me wrong and tell me a strong family is there to guide SirCharles back onto the straight and narrow.

  • dianadarling May 22, 2012

    With a name like that why bother to fill out a job application?

  • donkeypendergraph May 22, 2012

    Funny! Sir what! be on the lookout for "k" and "j"