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Two arrested in Apex burglary

Posted August 19, 2009

— Apex police arrested two young men Tuesday for a burglary in the Holland Crossing subdivision.

They charged Randall Rhine and Joshua Hare with burglary, conspiracy, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Hare, 16, is the brother of Ryan Patrick Hare, one of four teens charged in the November death of Matthew Silliman, 18. Silliman was reported missing on Nov. 26. According to arrest warrants, he died Nov. 30. His body was found Dec. 2.

Ryan Hare and three others – Allegra Rose Dahlquist, 17, of 601 Walcott Way, Cary; Aadil Shahid Khan, 17, of 901 Bristol Blue St., Apex; and Drew Logan Shaw, 16, of 107 Woolard Way, Apex – were indicted on one count of murder each in the case.

Joshua Hare was being held at the Wake County jail on $1,000 bond Wednesday.


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  • dlb800 Aug 19, 2009

    If parents were held responsible for their kids, then maybe they would do a better job at parenting. Don't want to be responsible for your kids? Fine, don't have children.

  • purplepat777 Aug 19, 2009

    If both my kids were in legal trouble, I'd be asking myself what I did wrong as a parent. When we see two children from the same family in legal trouble, it's natural for us to wonder what they did wrong as parents. Of course, they're innocent until proven guilty but it still makes us wonder.

  • HemiTodd Aug 19, 2009

    I hate it when WRAL combines two stories. The headline did not mention anything about the dudes brother.

  • paginasecunda Aug 19, 2009

    I do not recall saying it wasn't the parents' fault. I merely said we shouldn't judge. I was acquainted with the person who was killed, and I knew one of the people accused. It upsets me greatly when people who know nothing about the circumstances make comments that invariably will cause pain. It was that way the first time, and it has come back up again. Let the jury and authorities judge. The parents raised their kids how they raised them, for better or for worse, and there's not a thing they or anybody else can do now. Let them be. Don't judge. Nothing hurts friends and family of the victims and perpetrators more than uninformed people spinning judgement, and the news media acting inappropriately.

  • somey Aug 19, 2009

    paginasecunda - I knew there would be someone like you, there always is. "Poor parents, wasn't their fault." How dare the media mention the other crime that happens to be a murder. Most of us think it is relevant. Maybe libs like you should show some compassion to the family of the murdered boy.

    PS - I think your computer is having issue, evey time you wrote yours, it would go to ALL CAPS.

  • right2life Aug 19, 2009

    I am sad to see this news story, but I am more disappointed by the comments by those of you who do not know this family. These parents have been through so much. They are not wealthy. They are trying to do the best they can. None of us, including the Hare family, knows exactly what happened in either of these cases.
    Josh has lived under a lot of pressure this year. He does a lot of good things, including tutoring children at a church. Please withhold your judgement until we've heard all the facts. This family needs prayer, not criticism. Be thankful you are not in their situation.

  • kikinc Aug 19, 2009

    I remember when the murder case first hit the news, and everyone was blaming the parents for not raising their kid right. Of course, there was those who defended the parents, saying that even with the best upbringing, some kids are just BAD. Well, this goes to show, I think it was a little bit more than a bad seed. This IS a parenting issue. Funny how we make people get licenses to drive cars, but ANYONE can be a parent.....

  • paginasecunda Aug 19, 2009

    If Joshua Hare had anything to do with his brother's charges, that is for the authorities to figure out. The news media has made no real connection between the two crimes that I can see, and it is completely irresponsible and irrelevant for them to link the two. And you don't always have to blame the parents. While many cases (not necessarily this one) they are at fault, that is a family matter, not something for you to point out. Raise YOUR kids so that they don't steal anything, and that's YOUR concern. These previous comments were made only to serve to inflame wounds and beat down people that care (and for those of you that haven't gone through losing a member of the community to crime, you have no idea how insensitive you are being to the victim's family and friends as well as those that care about the perpetrators).