Bond raised for burglary suspect arrested three times in a month
Posted November 25, 2009 12:14 p.m. EST
Updated November 25, 2009 4:13 p.m. EST
Fayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville police said they arrested a 29-year-old man Tuesday morning on charges of breaking-and-entering for the third time in a month.
Officers were called out to a breaking-and-entering in progress at the Abbots Landing Apartments around 7 a.m. Tuesday, police said. Officers tracked down a car and two men matching descriptions given by witnesses.
Charges of felony conspiracy and attempted breaking-and-entering were filed against Terrell Lamont McIntyre, of 1435 Gairloch Drive, and Antonio Reginald McReynolds, 24, of 4420 Dudley Road in Hope Mills.
Both men were originally freed on separate $7,500 secured bonds after the arrests Tuesday.
At McIntyre's court appearance Wednesday, a judge granted a request from the District Attorney's Office to raise his bond to $25,000. If he makes that bond, he will be placed on pre-trial monitoring.
Police said they are investigating if the pair is responsible for other burglaries in the area.
Officers arrested McIntyre Nov. 6 after catching him at the scene of a break-in in the 5500 block of Faith Drive. He was released on bond shortly after being processed for charges of breaking-and-entering, felony larceny and felony possession of stolen goods.
On Oct. 25, Fayetteville police served McIntyre with outstanding warrants from Greenville on two counts each of breaking-and-entering, felony larceny and felony possession of stolen goods.
A charge of being a habitual felon is also pending against him, police said.
McIntyre has been imprisoned for 7 of the past 11 years and was most recently released in October 2008, according to state Department of Correction records. He has served time for armed robbery and common-law robbery, along with eight counts of second-degree burglary and four counts of felony breaking-and-entering, among other charges.
DOC records show that McReynolds has a history of possession of stolen goods and larceny charges in both North and South Carolina. He has also been convicted of hit-and-run and carrying a concealed weapon.