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Three arrested, one wanted for Grays Creek break-in

Posted July 18

Noland McLean Jr., 26, of 2274 Ridge Manor Drive in Fayetteville

— Three people were arrested and the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has identified a fourth suspect in a Monday break-in in Hope Mills.

Deputies said the quartet stole a handgun from the home in the 900 block of Screech Owl Drive.

A neighbor reported seeing the suspects kick in the front door to the home and videotaped them inside the home using a cell phone. When the suspects spotted the surveillance, one of them fired a round from the stolen gun before they all escaped in a black, four-door Dodge Dart, according to the sheriff's office.

Deputies found three of the four in a search earlier this week. They are: Keith Reynolds, 27, of 5640 Duncan St. in Hope Mills; Shaild Victoria, 24, of 3749 Colonial Cove in Hope Mills, and 23-year old Angel Santana of 5533 Lafayette St. in Hope Mills.

Reynolds is charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods, conspiracy, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a controlled substance, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance and possession of a stolen firearm.

Victoria and Santana are charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods and conspiracy. 

Those three posted bond and were released.

Still wanted is Noland McLean Jr., 26, of 2274 Ridge Manor Drive in Fayetteville. He faces charges of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods and conspiracy.

Anyone with any information about McLean is asked to call the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office at 910-323-1500.

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  • kermit60 Jul 21, 9:21 a.m.

    Absolutly disgusting that given all these guys did including shooting the stolen firearm that they are back on the street. I'm sure they all had previous criminal records. And some still wonder why there is no confidence in the criminal/legal system to protect the people and deter this type activity. I hope there is no retaliation against the citizen who did the right thing by video tapeing and reporting the crime.

  • blacksuv1962 Jul 18, 4:30 p.m.

    no way!!! But the gun haters have said that most guns used in crimes are not stolen???? I wonder... View More

    — Posted by notexactly

    And you get this information from WHERE ? All reports I have read states MOST illegal guns are stolen property or are bought from people that stole them originally . If you want to grip ask the DA and Magistrate of that county why the bonds were so low and why they were released to go out and terrify the public some more. If you wonder why Cumberland County has such a high crime rate , look at the court system. Its a joke.

  • notexactly Jul 18, 4:11 p.m.

    no way!!! But the gun haters have said that most guns used in crimes are not stolen???? I wonder what this is then?