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Twelve arrested in string of Harnett County thefts

Posted May 13, 2010

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— Harnett County sheriff's deputies have arrested a dozen people and recovered more than $11,000 worth of property in more than 35 breaking-and-entering cases in recent weeks, authorities said Thursday.

The crimes occurred over the past three months at businesses and homes near Angier, Buies Creek and N.C. Highway 210 near the Cumberland-Harnett county border.

Ishmael Lamar Quick, 18, of Spring Lake, faces one count of conspiracy and 12 counts each of breaking and entering a residence, larceny and possession of stolen property.

Bernard Miller, 30, of Spring Lake, faces 10 counts of breaking and entering a residence, seven counts of larceny, seven counts of possession of stolen property and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.

Matthew Jackson Raeder, age and residence unknown, faces 14 counts of breaking and entering a residence, 11 counts of larceny, 11 counts of possession of stolen property, two counts of conspiracy and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.

Britney Maureen Quick, 19, of Spring Lake, faces one count each of breaking and entering a residence, larceny and possession of stolen property.

Gregory Kenneth Poole, 19, of Angier, faces one count each of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, larceny, possession of stolen property and conspiracy.

Thomas Lee Jenkins, 18, of Garner, faces six counts each of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, larceny, possession of stolen property and conspiracy.

Lindsay Faye Hagwood, 18, of Lillington, Michael Dallas Matthews, 17, of Lillington, and Cara Nichole Taylor, 17, of Buies Creek, each face seven counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, seven counts of larceny and seven counts of possession of stolen property.

The names of three others arrested were not released. Further details about the arrests were not released.

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  • oldrebel May 13, 2010

    Were these people connected? Like in a gang or thief ring?

  • NotFromHere May 13, 2010

    Boy, they all could be the poster child for white trailer park trash. Not one of them looks more intelligent than a rock. I guess it is sort of a prerequisite that you have to be stupid to be a criminal.

  • 3stoogesfan May 13, 2010

    Good job Harnett County Sheriff's Office and others that might have helped in bringing these criminals in.

  • euimport May 13, 2010

    what to do after high school? there you go! poor choice in my mind; but what the heck ...