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Three charged in numerous breaking and entering cases

Posted April 9, 2012

— Three Wake County residents have been charged with a string of felony and misdemeanor crimes stemming from break-ins and thefts from businesses and vending machines in Fuquay-Varina, Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach.

Search warrants made available Monday show that Truyvon Donte Vann, 23, of 808 Kimpton Court, Fuquay-Varina, faces 28 charges, including 11 counts of breaking and entering and eight counts of larceny after breaking and entering.

He is accused of breaking and entering charges from December to February at 11 Fuquay-Varina businesses, including convenience stores, clothing stores, law firms, restaurants and an auto dealer, stealing more than $9,000 in cash and property.

Dominique Javon Garrett, 16, of 110-J Baytree St., Fuquay-Varina, faces 36 charges, including 16 counts of breaking and entering and 11 counts of larceny after breaking and entering.

Warrants show that he was involved in many of the same break-ins as Vann, in addition to several others.

Lisa Ann Bushee, 21, of 1612 Hoppy Hill Drive, Knightdale, faces 38 charges, including eight counts of misdemeanor larceny and 22 counts of breaking into a coin machine.

Arrest warrants indicate that, from November to February, she allegedly broke into a Pepsi vending machine to rip off the dollar bill collector in Wrightsville Beach and did the same thing with a Coca-Cola machine at a hotel in Wilmington.

Bond information wasn't immediately available Monday.

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  • ims1924 Apr 10, 1:23 p.m.

    If they can't shoot it they will steal it.

  • h3ardita11b4 Apr 9, 7:48 p.m.

    Not sure why my comment didn't post - it seriously wasn't bad.

    I really hate that you didn't report on the duo who did break-ins in Cary. They picked up 28 FELONIES each. That doesn't include the times they were breaking in churches.