Tuesday, 11 February 2014 16:41

Summit area B&E suspects face more counts

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Two already jailed for break-ins in the Summit area were charged on additional counts.

The latest counts, according to Detective J.M. Clark of the Halifax County Sheriff's Office, stem from a separate crime in the Littleton area where a laptop and non-narcotic medication were taken.

Woodley, left, and Daniels

The men, Rashon Woodley and Tracey Daniels, both Littleton residents, and both 21, were served warrants today in the Halifax County Jail where they have remained since initial charges were filed against them.

They have been charged with felony breaking or entering, larceny after breaking or entering, possession of stolen goods, and injury to real property.

Further investigation by Clark linked the men to this crime. They received additional bonds of $5,000 each.

They have March 19 court dates.





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