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Two charged in vehicle break-ins

Posted June 3, 2010
Updated June 4, 2010

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— Two Wake Forest men were arrested Thursday in connection with breaking and entering two vehicles, Wake Forest police said.

Timothy Christopher Hardy, 16, of 213-148 N. Allen Road, and David Edward McCants, 20, of 521 N. Taylor St., are each charged with first-degree burglary, felony larceny, breaking and entering a motor vehicle and misdemeanor larceny, according to arrest warrants.

They are accused of breaking into a 1998 green Dodge Ram truck a 1992 Burgundy Buick Lasabre.

They were in the Wake County jail Thursday evening under $500,000 bonds.

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  • twoods7 Jun 4, 2010

    What's wrong the bail? Maybe it's that high to send a message; though most criminals have the IQ of a slice of ham thus it probably wouldn't register w/them. Anyway, I'm glad they're now 'Bubba' bait; they deserve it.

  • domonickj Jun 4, 2010

    $1/2 Million bond for breaking into 2 cars? RIDICULOUS!! Did they kill someone? Murder warrants a bond like this, but if anyone suggest this outrageous bind is based on race, everyone will go nuts about the race card. I think this example speaks for itself, though...Our justice system is totally screwed up!

  • Journey985 Jun 4, 2010

    It could be they are being held as habitual offenders and thats why their bail is so high?

  • NotFromHere Jun 4, 2010

    They broke into 2 cars and got $500,000 bond. The other guy defrauded people of money and a truck and got $70,000 bond. What do the judges do, roll a pair of dice to set bail. This makes no sense.

  • Journey985 Jun 4, 2010

    I could be wrong, but Mccants looks to be the same one that was caught breaking into cars in Cary and Apex last year?

  • wdweveryyear Jun 4, 2010

    But the man who killed the lady while boating got only 25K bond???????? got to be kidding

  • MC_OLFan77 Jun 4, 2010

    wow really!!! should have figured but hey the bond could be alot higher...