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Three Durham men charged with breaking into 33 cars

Posted October 2, 2015

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— Police said Friday that three men were charged with breaking into 33 cars in Durham during July.

Justin Enoch Judd, 18, of Cherry Creek Drive, was arrested on Thursday on more than 40 charges, police said. Judd was placed in the Durham County jail under a $300,000 bond.

Larry Robinson, 17, of Garret Road, and Nariq Hendricks, 20, of Wiggins Street, were also charged but are not in police custody.

All three men were charged with more than 40 offenses, including breaking and entering to motor vehicles, felony conspiracy to break and enter motor vehicles, larceny of a firearm, financial card theft, obtaining property by false pretense and larceny.

Police said most of the vehicles were unlocked, and items stolen included cash, glasses, computers, backpacks, credit and debit cards, purses and GPS units.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigator A. Stringham at 919-560-4415, extension 29311, or Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.


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  • Jim Hugs Oct 3, 2015
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    Maybe they were collecting stuff to give to charity.

  • chucksierra Oct 3, 2015

    "If I had 3 sons they'd look like..."
    I'm sure these were all great kids who never got into trouble, excelled in school, and were turning their lives around but WHITE PRIVILEGE was keeping them from reaching their full potential.
    Wash, rinse, repeat...

  • Sonja Yagel Oct 3, 2015
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    They must have been going for a record for breaking into cars. They probably were already on probation so they could continue their meaness. Until Durham mayor, city council, judges, and DA began to get tough on crime instead of just talking about it the crime rate will continue to soar in Durham.

  • Tom Boswell Oct 3, 2015
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    You are 100% correct. Plus the same system that let's them out early seriously thinks they will now go out and get a job with their criminal record.

  • Rusty Jones Oct 3, 2015
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    They be good little boys just ask their momas

  • Sherrill Craig Oct 3, 2015
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    anyone who leaves cash, computers, credit and debit cards in a UNLOCKED car is pretty much asking to be robbed.

  • Kenneth Brewer Oct 2, 2015
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    It's too bad media never follows these cases past the arrest. If they followed these cases through adjudication, law-abiding citizens would understand that the crime problem in Durham gets worse every day because the DA's office cuts sweet deals for the criminals instead of locking them up. These guys will probably have to do some community service which will involve them sitting out behind the Goodwill store smoking cigarettes and getting their slip signed. Then at night, more thievery!

  • Cabe Merritt Oct 2, 2015
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    I bet they have some proud Moms.