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Two charged in Durham break-in

Posted December 30, 2009

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— Durham police arrested two suspects wanted for breaking into a storage shed at Duke Homestead on Duke Homestead Road and stealing a golf cart last month.

James Thomas Foushee III, 16, of Thames Avenue, and Javonnte L. Patterson, 16, of Wake Place, are each charged with breaking and entering. They were arrested Wednesday on Thames Avenue, authorities said.

The break-in occurred between Nov. 25 and 27. The damaged golf cart was found on Marne Avenue.

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  • wildcat Dec 31, 2009

    I hope the courts give this young man 10 years in prison. Maybe he will learn a hard lesson then.

  • BubbaDuke Dec 31, 2009

    Breaking and entering, larceny, and destruction of private property. These two will end up being shot or kill someone else before they're 20 years old. Cut off their hands and feet and issue them a license to beg (but deny them a government check). It works in other countries. We are trying to bring America down to the level of the rest of the world, aren't we?

  • BraveHeart Dec 31, 2009

    Im not surprised

  • Just the facts mam Dec 30, 2009

    Good job catching them!