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Two sought in Durham break-in

Posted December 29, 2009

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— Durham police are searching for 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.

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

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Foushee or Patterson is asked to call Investigator Bryant at 919-560-4582, ext. 29245 or Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.

Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for information leading to arrests in felony cases and callers never have to identify themselves.

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  • DeathRow-IFeelYourPain-NOT Dec 30, 2009

    "Durham police are searching for two suspects..."

    Call me stupid, but I don't understand. I guess its a different world in some of these families. These two boys are 16. Why do the police have to 'search' for these boys? I guarantee you the cops wouldn't have to 'search' for my kids. Because I would KNOW where they are. Why is there a 'search'? Can't they simply ask their Mom or Dad and get an INSTANT answer? Ahhhhh! But that's the problem. The parents don't know WHERE their kids are. As I said, I can't understand this type of parenting or family atmosphere. And I'm glad I can't understand it.

  • tommys5 Dec 30, 2009

    The difference between following directions and not following directions is that sometimes by not following directions you miss the boat and sometimes you find out it's faster to fly~ daniel stuliman

  • eastknox4ever Dec 30, 2009

    notagain: It would be awesome if you read the article instead of skimming for key words. The golf cart was stolen from DUKE HOMESTEAD, a state historic site and part of the Department of Cultural Resources--A STATE AGENCY! It was not, as you imply, stolen from Duke University. And it's the attitude that "this is just mischief" that has our world in the condition that it's in. When you commit a crime (and THEFT is STILL a crime as well as destruction of state property), you have to be held accountable. BTW: the golf cart is used to cart disabled and geriatric visitors around the site, not on a golf course.

  • notagain1903 Dec 30, 2009

    And this is headline news why?? Teenagers doing mischief and stealing a golf cart from Duke... Oh that must be the reason. Wonder if it would have made any noise if it was from Hillandale golf course...?