If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $2,500 and you can remain anonymous. 

Drug Arrest (ACSD)
December 03, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Drug Arrest
 
On November 27, 2021, at approximately 5:00 p.m., Alamance County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a traffic stop on Maple Avenue due to the vehicle having a faulty brake light. After a positive K9 indication, deputies searched the vehicle and found a plastic bag of crystal methamphetamine under the gear shift, a loaded 9mm handgun behind the center console, as well as marijuana, digital scales, and needles. 

The driver, Antonio Onofrio Wakefield, was arrested and charged with three felonies and three misdemeanors. 

ANTONIO ONOFRIO WAKEFIELD
W/M/36 
211 W PARKER ST. GRAHAM NC, 27253
CHARGES:
(F) Firearm by a Felon
(F) PWIMSD Schedule 2 Controlled Substance
(F) Maintaining a Dwelling/Vehicle for Controlled Substances
(M) Possession of Schedule 6 Controlled Substance
(M) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
(M) Carrying a Concealed Weapon
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ANET Recent Drug Arrests
December 03, 2021

ANET Recent Drug Arrests

 

The Alamance Narcotics Enforcement Team (ANET) conducted a drug investigation at 171 Salvet Street, Apartment 209 in Burlington, NC. After a two-month investigation, a significant number of narcotics were seized.

On December 2, 2021, investigators followed a suspect identified as Miguel Angel Lopez leaving the Salvet Street address in a vehicle. The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office stopped and arrested Lopez on the highway in Guilford County where three kilograms of cocaine were seized.

Investigators followed up with a search warrant at 171 Salvet Street, Apartment 209 in Burlington. The search of the apartment yielded 1.5 kilograms of cocaine, 3 kilograms of fentanyl, ¼ kilogram methamphetamine, 6.5 ounces of MDMA (Ecstasy), 6.5 lbs. of marijuana, four firearms, and a significant quantity of U.S. Currency. Two other suspects were identified in the investigation as co-conspirators of Lopez. They have not been located at this time.

Arrested

Miguel Angel Lopez
H/M/28
3723 Buckhorn Road, Efland, NC
Charges: Trafficking Cocaine


 

Wanted

Cash Temill McCaster
B/M/27
171 Salvet Street, Apartment 209, Burlington,NC
Charges:
Trafficking Cocaine
2 counts Trafficking Schedule I
Trafficking Methamphetamines
PWISD Marijuana
Possession of Firearm by Felon

 

Elliot Alonzo Florence
B/M/28
171 Salvet Street, Apartment 209, Burlington, NC
Charges:
Trafficking Cocaine
2 counts Trafficking Schedule I
Trafficking Methamphetamines
PWISD Marijuana



Homicide (BPD)
December 01, 2021

Burlington Police Department
Homicide Investigation
 
**Update**
BURLINGTON, NC— On December 1, 2021, the Burlington Police Department identified a suspect in this case and arrested a 15-year-old male. The juvenile has been charged with First Degree Murder and is currently in the custody of the Department of Juvenile Justice. This investigation is still ongoing.
 
 
Upon arrival officers located Jaquan Lennel Boyd a 28-year-old male of Burlington, NC suffering from a gunshot wound. Boyd was pronounced deceased on the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
 
The Burlington Police Department is actively seeking anyone with
information regarding this investigation or any other related
investigation. We ask you to call the Burlington Police Department
at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance
County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the
mobile App P3 Tips or www.p3tips.com. Tips provided through
Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Cameron St. Homicide Arrest
November 30, 2021

Burlington Police Department
Cameron St. Homicide Arrest
Rasheem Currie was arrested and charged with First Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
 
On 11/10/2021, the Burlington Police Department responded to the 500 block of Cameron Street in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a victim in the roadway in serious condition. Alamance County EMS arrived on scene and pronounced the victim deceased. The victim was identified as John Conyers (33 yoa male). The investigation is still on-going
 
Through the course of this investigation, the Criminal Investigation Division of the Burlington Police Department has identified a suspect in this case. Arrest warrants have been obtained for the arrest of Rasheem Leondre Currie, a 28-year-old male, of Burlington, NC for First Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
 
*****Update*****
On November 29, 2021, at approximately 1:30 PM, Rasheem Leondre Currie turned himself in peacefully and was taken into custody. Currie was charged with First Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. He is currently being held at the Alamance County Jail with no bond.
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Motor Vehicle Theft Arrest (ACSD)
November 29, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Arrest
On November 9, 2021, the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a stolen vehicle. During the investigation, deputies discovered that Michael George Frederico had taken the vehicle on October 30 without permission and never returned it.
Mr. Frederico was charged with felony larceny of a motor vehicle. He was located by the Burlington Police Department on November 10, 2021.
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ACSD Assault on Detention Officer
November 24, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office

ACSO Charges for Multiple Felonies Including Assault on Detention Officer

 

On November 24, 2021, at approximately 6:00 a.m., Alamance County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Glen Todd Smith Jr., for burglary and larceny of a motor vehicle. Once arrested, Mr. Smith was taken to the Alamance County Detention Center where he was served his warrants and turned over to the custody of staff at the Detention Center. 

During booking, Mr. Smith was placed in a holding cell. A female sergeant walked into the cell to have the phone turned on so that he could attempt to call friends and family in order make bond. While the phone was being activated, the sergeant picked up the receiver, and Mr. Smith slammed her head into the concrete wall. She fell to the ground, and he exited the cell and shut the door, locking the officer inside. 

Mr. Smith then went towards the exit of the detention center and was ordered by a lieutenant to stop. He then proceeded to run away and was caught near the exit door where he broke a plastic mail bin over the lieutenant’s head and then struck the officer in the head. Officers were then able to secure Mr. Smith. 
               
The female sergeant was treated for her injuries at the Kernodle Clinic, and the lieutenant sustained minor scratches from the incident. 
 
The District Attorney’s Office assisted with the investigation, and Mr. Smith was charged with the following:  

  • (F) 1ct – First Degree Kidnapping
  • (F) 1ct – Assault on Detention Employee Inflicting Serious Injury
  • (F) 1ct – Malicious Conduct by Prisoner
  • (M) 1ct – Misdemeanor Escape Local Jail
  • (M) 1ct – Assault on Government Official
  • (M) 1ct – Injury to Personal Property

Investigators also served two additional outstanding warrants for: 

  • Failure to appear (M) 1ct – Probation Violation
  • Failure to appear (M) 1ct – DV Protective Order Violation

Mr. Smith was given a $103,000 secured bond and had his first appearance on November 24, 2021. The District Attorney’s Office will be sending this case to Grand Jury on November 29, 2021. During his first appearance, Mr. Smith’s bond was increased to $305,000 secured.
 

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Shooting Update (BPD)
November 21, 2021

Burlington Police Department
Shooting Update
****Update****
On November 21, 2021, the Burlington Police Department was notified that a 10-year-old juvenile was brought to a local medical facility with a recent injury. It was determined the incident occurred at a residence on the 1100 block of Shaw St.
During the investigation, officers have determined that the home where the child was residing was struck by gunfire several times by unknown person(s). The victim was asleep when one of the projectiles hit them, and their injury is considered non-life-threatening.
The Burlington Police Department has developed a suspect vehicle in this incident. The attached photos are from video surveillance in the area of the shooting. Investigators seek the public’s assistance in identifying this vehicle and its occupants.
The Burlington Police Department is actively seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation to contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the mobile App P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Robbery w/Dangerous Weapon (BPD)
November 18, 2021

Burlington Police Department

Robbery w/Dangerous Weapon

 

BURLINGTON, NC— On 11/17/2021 at approximately 8:51 PM, Officers responded to Family Fare located at 2611 Maple Ave regarding an armed robbery attempt.  A white male entered the store and approached the on-duty clerk with a knife and attempted to rob the business of money.  During the robbery attempt, a customer entered the store which caused the suspect to flee the store, running towards the Econo Lodge on Hanford Rd.

 

The victim described the suspect as a white male with a beard, green hooded sweatshirt, and tan pants. Officers responded to the Econo Lodge and made contact with the suspect in a rented room.  As a result of the investigation, James Robert Featherstun (W/M, 03/15/1983) was arrested and charged with 1 count of Robbery with a dangerous weapon. Fetherstun was placed in the Alamance County Jail under a $100,000.00 secured bond.

 

The Burlington Police Department is actively seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation to contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the mobile App P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.

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Wanted for 1st Degree Murder Rasheem Currie
November 17, 2021

*****Update*****
BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Wanted Person
Rasheem Leondre Currie is wanted for First Degree Murder
On 11/10/2021, the Burlington Police Department responded to the 500 block of Cameron Street in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a victim in the roadway in serious condition. Alamance County EMS arrived on scene and pronounced the victim deceased. The victim was identified as John Conyers (33 yoa male).
Through the course of this investigation, the Criminal Investigation Division of the Burlington Police Department has identified a suspect in this case. Arrest warrants have been obtained for the arrest of Rasheem Leondre Currie, a 28-year-old male, of Burlington, NC for First Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
The Police Department is requesting anyone with information regarding the location of Currie to contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229- 3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the mobile App P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Drug Arrests
November 12, 2021

MEDIA RELEASE
November 12, 2021
Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Arrest Dozens as Part of “Operation Bottom to Top” in Alamance County and Surrounding Area
Burlington, NC – A joint investigation between 2019 and 2021 involving local, state, and federal agencies has led to the arrest of more than 60 individuals in the Alamance County and surrounding area as part of “Operation Bottom to Top.” In the spring of 2020, detectives with the Burlington Police Department (BPD) Gang and Violent Crimes Unit conducted multiple investigations into Tre McCandies and his associates. Previously, during an investigation of a gang related murder, Burlington PD investigators learned that McCandies is a Five Star General of the 9Trey Bloods, a violent Blood gang of the United Blood Nation.
Throughout 2019 and 2020, gang related violent crime rose dramatically in Burlington and throughout Alamance County. In addition to the violent crime, McCandies and his close gang associates were known to investigators as low to mid-level cocaine and marijuana distributors. Detectives in violent crime units in Burlington and Alamance County began sharing intelligence and working jointly to investigate McCandies and his associates. The Alamance County Narcotics Enforcement Team (ANET) partnered with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Greensboro Resident Office (RO) and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) to combat the drug fueled gang violence that was increasing in Alamance County. ANET is a multi-agency team comprised of investigators from the Burlington Police Department, Alamance County Sheriff’s Office, Graham Police Department, Mebane Police Department, Elon Police Department, Haw River Police Department, and Gibsonville Police Department.
Due to McCandies’ leadership role in gang related violence and drug trafficking activity, investigators at the DEA Greensboro RO, SBI, and ANET, working with Burlington PD, Alamance County Sheriff’s Office, and ATF combined efforts to jointly investigate McCandies and his local organization. McCandies’ primary source of supply for cocaine was known to be Brian Stewart. DEA Greensboro RO investigations had previously connected Stewart to cocaine sources of supply, who had connections to known high level Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) traffickers in Alamance County and elsewhere in North Carolina.
Beginning in September of 2020, DEA, SBI, and ANET organized a joint effort and pooled resources to investigate McCandies, Stewart and those who supplied them with cocaine and other drugs. This joint effort led investigators to numerous violent individuals and helped solve multiple shootings and homicides in Alamance County as well as approximately 13 additional investigations involving purchase/sale, possession, use of a firearm, armed robberies, and violent assaults.
Each federal, state, and local law enforcement agency leveraged their resources to advance the investigation from the local violent gang drug distributors to the mid-level local distributors to regional high-level cocaine and crystal methamphetamine traffickers communicating directly with CJNG cell heads. As a result of this investigation, several multi-kilogram cocaine distributors in Alamance and surrounding counties were arrested. Jesus Jimenez-Mencias, Sergio Castro-Martinez, Raul Banos-Andaya, and others were recently arrested with significant quantities of cocaine and crystal methamphetamine, firearms, and drug proceeds (U.S. currency). Results of this multi-agency Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation include: seizures of 274 kilograms (602 lbs.) of cocaine, 62 kilograms (136 lbs.) of crystal methamphetamine, 1 kilogram (2.2 lbs.) of heroin, $3.74 million in U.S. currency, 22 firearms; 53 arrests (three related to shootings); anticipated additional arrests, 10.
In 2021 alone, there have been multiple significant enforcement actions, seizures, and arrests in this investigation thanks to the cooperation of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. The DEA, ANET, and SBI’s investigation inspired the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and the Burlington Police Department to form a Violent Crime Task Force that utilized much of the early intelligence information to investigate local violence. The investigation also spread throughout North Carolina and was supported by numerous other law enforcement agencies, including: the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Greensboro Police Department, Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, Reidsville Police Department, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, North Carolina State Highway Patrol, Durham County Sheriff’s Office, Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, and Robeson County Sheriff’s Office.
As a result, 53 individuals have been arrested on drug, weapon, and assault charges. Their names are below:
1) Tre McCandies, B/M, 7/23/1992 of 840 Ross Street, Burlington, NC
1-Sell/Deliver Cocaine (3 counts)
2-Sell/Deliver Marijuana (2 counts)
3-Possess Firearm by Felon
2) Carlton Cates, W/M, 5/4/1962 of 1131 Castle Drive, Graham, NC
1-Possess Cocaine (2 counts)
2-Possess Marijuana
3) Dyquan Tomarious Page, B/M, 1/6/1994 of 119 Brooks Street, Burlington, NC
1-Posses Firearm by Felon
4) Julius Devonte Gray, B/M, 2/21/2001 of 1005 Jeffries Street, Burlington, NC
1-Assault with Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill (2 counts)
5) Brian Maurice Stewart, B/M, 5/5/1980 of 287 Thistle Downs Drive, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine (2 counts)
2-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
6) Crystal Nacole Martin, B/F, 8/10/1983 of 171 Salvet Street, Apt 203, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine (2 counts)
2-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
7) Darion Crittle, B/M, 8/16/1998 of 7439 Woodspring Drive, Whitsett, NC
1-Possess Firearm by Felon
?? Christopher Michael May, W/M, 9/4/1971 of 5419 S NC HWY 62, Burlington, NC
1-Possess Cocaine
2-Possess Marijuana
9) Lakissa Evans, B/F, 4/12/1993, of 840 Ross Street, Burlington, NC
1-Sell/Deliver Cocaine
10) Tyreik Raekqon Woods, B/M, 4/3/1997 of 1009 Bridgewater Drive, Graham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Possess Firearm by Felon
11) Devante Shaquan Parker, B/M, 7/24/1993 of 620 Tucker Street, Burlington, NC
1-Possess Firearm by Felon
12) David Wicker, W/M, 12/18/1962 of 105 Ian Ct, Gibsonville, NC
1-Possess Cocaine
13) Markell Lamar Vaughn, B/M 3/26/1986 of 312 Stokes Street, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
14) Kali Rashe Haith, B/M, 10/15/1979 of 702 S. Sellars Mill Road, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
3-Possess Cocaine
4-Possess with Intent Sale Deliver Marijuana
15) Richard Benard Haith, B/M, 9/25/1954 of 605 Holly Street, Burlington, NC
1-Possess with Intent Sale Deliver Marijuana (2 counts)
2-Possess with Intent Sale Deliver Cocaine (2 counts)
3-Trafficking Cocaine
4-Possess Firearm by Felon
16) Shaquenton Bryant Moore, B/M, 4/28/1988 of 700 S. Sellars Mill Road, Burlington, NC
1-Possess with Intent Sale Deliver Marijuana
17) Ladarien Quentor Gates, B/M, 3/5/1990 of 200 Shirway Court, Lexington, NC
1-Trafficking Heroin
2-Possess Firearm by Felon
18) Jose Manuel Pacheco-Hernandez, H/M, 2/17/1971 of 214 Memory Lane, Chapel Hill, NC
1-Trafficking Heroin
2-Trafficking Cocaine
3-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
19) Jermaine Karlos Poole, B/M, 10/6/1979 of 2009 Landon Court, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine (2 counts)
2-Speed to Elude Arrest
3-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
20) Silverio Espino Jr, H/M, 7/26/1990 of 611 Broad Street, Fuquay Varina, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
21) Luis Geraldo Herrea-Becerra, H/M, 8/16/1978 of 14th Street, Fuquay Varina, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
22) Jose Pilar Lozano, H/M, 11/11/1965 of 2001 Qual Lane, Mission, TX
1-Trafficking Cocaine
23) Jesus Alexis Jimenez-Mencias, H/M, 12/7/1995 of 2427 Carolina Road, Burlington, NC
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine (4 counts)
2-Conspiracy Traffic Methamphetamines
3-Trafficking Cocaine
4-Trafficking Methamphetamines
24) Fermin Lopez Madrid, H/M, 9/6/1972 of 1600 Pikerking Road, Little Rock, AR
1-Trafficking Cocaine
25) Sergio Castro Martinez, H/M, 11/23/1987 of 1135 Rogers Road, Graham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
26) Daniel Hernandez Romo, H/M, 7/10/1973 of 3607 Mccuiston Road, Graham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
27) Jose Ignacio Lares Nunez, H/M, 1/26/1999 of 3331 NC 62 South, Liberty, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Trafficking Heroin
28) Osvaldo Michael Espinoza Rodriguez, H/M, 12/13/1989 of 3331 NC South, Liberty, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Trafficking Heroin
29) Enrique Molina, H/M, 8/4/1966 of 801 Sevier Street, Greensboro, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
30) Haylee Simone Phillippe, H/F, 10/27/2001 of 6186 S NC 87, Graham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Child Abuse
31) Ramon Gonzalez, H/M, 1/5/2001 of 6186 S NC 87, Graham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Child Abuse
32) Gaspar Garcia, H/M, 7/21/1969 of 1126 Kelly Street, Graham, NC
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine (3 counts)
33) Hernan Fonseca Cortes, H/M, 7/10/1987 of 2011 Oliva Street, Edinburg, TX
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
34) Brian Mendoza, H/M, 10/31/00 of 13139 Beech Avenue, Edinburg, TX
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
35) Joe Guadalupe Arebalo, H/M 10/19/1974 of 1012 Geneva Street, Rio Grande, TX
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
36) Raule Banos Anday, H/M, 5/20/1981 of 3049 Bermuda Bay, Apt 105, Mebane, NC
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine (2 counts)
2-Trafficking Cocaine
37)Charles Phillips Jr, W/M, 12/13/1972 of 223 W Schunior Street, Edinburg, TX
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
38) George Barrera Salas, H/M, 6/3/1981 of 2424 Dry Creek Ln, Lt 35, Burlington, NC
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
2-Trafficking Cocaine
3-Trafficking Methamphetamine
39) Lamont Lorenzo Holt, B/M, 6/16/1974 of 5818 Patterson Road, Durham, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
40) Johnny C Smith II, B/M, 4/30/1974 of 2 Governor Martin Street, Apt 4C, Efland, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine (2 Counts)
41) Alvorn Turner, B/M, 3/14/1974 of 413 Cain Drive, Mebane, NC
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine (2 Counts)
2-Trafficking Cocaine
3-Possess Firearm by Felon
42) Jose De Jesus Flores Zepeda, H/M, 5/22/1985 of Mexico, unknown address
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
43) Francisco Javier Lamas-Zendejas, H/M, 1/9/1989 of Mexico, unknown address
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
44) Erwin Alberto Quintero, H/M, 9/1/1993 of 409 Cedar Street, Lodi, CA
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
45) Fanny Medina Marin, H/F, 5/10/1979 of 3049 Bermuda Bay, Apt 105, Mebane, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
46) Yeuming He, A/M, 4/6/1980 of 873 72nd Street, Brooklyn, NY
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
47) Puquan Huang, A/M, 12/18/1975 of 8815 25th Avenue, Apt F, Brooklyn, NY
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
48) Alama Aranely Arellano Sanchez, H/F, 9/12/1989 of 3584 Jennifer View Drive, Asheboro, NC
1-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
2-Trafficking Cocaine
49) Jorge Eduardo Chavez-Alonso, H/M, 12/10/1967 of Haw River, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
50) Jarnett Devon Ellison, B/M, 1/26/1989 of 613 Lancaster Road, Mebane, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Speed to Elude Arrest
51) Saul Enrique Rosales, H/M, 1/11/1994 of 211 Arch Angel Drive, Chaparral, NM
1-Trafficking Methamphetamine
52) Karla Paola Ibarra-Villarreal, H/M, 5/14/1995 of 2427 Carolina Road, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Trafficking Methamphetamine
3-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
4-Conspiracy Traffic Methamphetamine
53) Jorge Alberto Henriquez Castro, H/M, 7/17/1981 of 2427 Carolina Road, Burlington, NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Trafficking Methamphetamine
3-Possess Stolen Firearm
In addition, there are 10 individuals who remain wanted as a result of this investigation. Their names are below:
1) Patricia Media Vital, H/F, 2/3/1976 of 1314 Queen Ann Street, Burlington NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Trafficking Methamphetamine
3-Conspiracy Traffic Cocaine
4-Conspiracy Traffic Methamphetamine
2) Johnathan Ramirez Gonzalez, H/M, 9/22/1997 of Mexico
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
3) Christopher Carillo Mencias, H/M, 12/26/1992 of Mexico
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
4) Christopher Paul Carey, W/M, 11/24/1986 of 2905 Gym Road, Efland NC
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
5) Ramiro Ruiz Rodriguez, H/M, 9/22/1983 of 1105 Greenwich Drive, Reidsville NC
1-Trafficking Cocaine
2-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
6) Trisha Ann McCandies, B/F, 12/16/1994, of 2907 Ingleside Avenue, Greensboro NC
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
7) Yazer Omar Castro, H/M, 8/28/1995 of 1135 Rogers Road, Graham NC
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
8)Priscilla Ashley A Jimenez, H/F, 11/29/92 of 1135 Rogers Road, Graham NC
1-Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
Haylee Simon Phillippe, H/F 10/27/2001 and Ramon Gonzalez, H/M 1/05/2001 (also listed above, wanted on additional charges of Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine)
This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information about the individuals who remain wanted is asked to call Alamance County Crime Stoppers at 336-229-7100. While we continue to investigate, we thank the community for your continued support as we work to make our neighborhoods safer.
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Larceny Arrest (ACSD)
November 03, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Arrest
On Thursday, October 28, 2021, the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office received a report that a Dodge truck with a 30-foot trailer attached was stolen from a residence. After receiving a tip, detectives located the truck and trailer at a residence on Rumley Road.
The residents of the property where the trailer was found identified the suspect, Christopher Lee Fogleman, as the person who brought the truck and trailer to the property. The vehicle was recovered, and Mr. Fogleman was arrested and charged with Larceny of a Motor Vehicle and Felony Larceny.
CHRISTOPHER LEE FOGLEMAN
GRAHAM NC 27253
CHARGES:
Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
(F) Larceny
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Arrest Burlington Police Department
October 30, 2021

Burlington Police Department

Arrest

Johnny Lee Boundurant Jr. (Age 40) was arrested for the following charges:

 2nd-degree Forcible Sex Offense

Dissemination of Obscene material

Assault on a female

Resisting an Officer

He was placed in the Alamance County Jail with an $85,000 secured bond for sex offenses, $2,000 secured bond for AOF 

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Arrest/Recovery of Stolen Vehicle (ACSD)
October 27, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Arrest/Recovery of Stolen Vehicle
 
On October 26, 2021, at approximately 5:30 a.m., the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office observed a vehicle in the area of NC 54 Highway and Interstate 40/85 matching the description of a stolen vehicle. Deputies then conducted a traffic stop on the 2005 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado which was verified to be stolen.
The driver was identified as Ms. Ashley Nichole Ayer who was arrested for possession of a stolen motor vehicle and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center. While retrieving Ms. Ayer’s belonging from the vehicle, deputies observed the odor of marijuana and subsequently located multiple glass smoking pipes, scales, and storage bags.
Ashley Nichole Ayer (Agw 28)
Burlington, NC
Charges:
Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession of Marijuana Paraphernalia
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Homicide (Burlington PD)
October 25, 2021

Burlington Police Department

Homicide Investigation

Victim: Deykwon Gilmore (Age 18)

Arrested: Michael Tyrelle Bowe (Age 26)

Wanted: Cylence Carlos Russell (Age 18)

Update:

Burlington Police Department
Homicide Arrest
****UPDATE****
On November 8, 2021, Cylence Carlos Russell, an 18-year-old male was arrested in the 100 Block of North Ireland Street. Russell will be held at the Alamance County Jail under no bond.
The Burlington Police Department would like to thank the community and Crimestoppers for their assistance in this arrest.
 

On September 28th, 2021, at approximately 10:45 am, Burlington police officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Railroad St in reference to an unconscious male. Upon arrival, officers located a male deceased near the railroad tracks. The initial investigation leads detectives to believe the male has been shot to death, but the immediate cause of death is still under investigation. Officers are trying to identify the male and notify the next of kin.

The Criminal Investigation Division has identified the victim in this case as Deykwon Gilmore, an 18-year-old male of Burlington, NC. Investigators believe this incident occurred in the early morning hours of September 28th.

The Burlington Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is continuing this investigation and will update this releaser when more information is available.

 

*****Update***** The Burlington Police Department has continued this investigation and identified the following people as being involved in this case:

• Michael Tyrelle Bowe, a 26-year-old male of Graham, NC.

 • Cylence Carlos Russell, an 18-year-old male of Burlington, NC.

Bowe has been charged with First Degree Murder and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Bowe was arrested on October 19th, 2021, and is currently in the custody of the Alamance County Jail with no bond. Russell has not been located at this time and is currently wanted for First Degree Murder and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.

 

The Burlington Police Department is actively seeking anyone with information regarding this investigation or any other related investigation. We ask you to call the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the mobile App P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.

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Break-In at Graham High School
October 25, 2021

Graham Police Department
Break-In at Graham High School
 
Between 10/22/21 and 10-23-2021 six subjects broke and entered Graham High School. Once inside, they damaged a significant amount of property. The estimated damage is $10,000. Can anyone identify these subjects?
 
Anyone with any information on the identification of these individuals or any similar cases is asked to contact the Graham Police Department or Alamance County Crime Stoppers.
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Shooting into an Occupied Dwelling. (Gibsonville)
October 16, 2021

Gibsonville Crime Stoppers Requests.
Gibsonville Police Department is looking for leads into a Shooting into an Occupied Dwelling.
On or around October 16, 2021, at around 10:45 P.M. several shots were fired into an occupied residence on Steele Street in Gibsonville. The residence was hit with gunfire multiple times.
Gibsonville Police Department is looking for any help with this open case.
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Shootings (Repost) (Burlington PD)
October 10, 2021

Burlington Police Department
Shootings (Repost)
 

Burlington Police Department Seeks Information

 

 

9/24/2021 Update: The Burlington Police Department has worked with the Alamance County Crimestoppers board to increase the reward amount from $1000 to $5000 dollars for tips leading to the Police Department solving the crimes referenced in the previous media release.

 

Since September 20’s call for help from community Crimestoppers tips have increased in amounts and have increased in the level of detail given helping investigators

 

Way to contact Alamance County Crimestoppers anonymously:

  • Submit a tip on the website alamancecs.org 
  • Call Crimestoppers at 336-229-7100 (Anonymous) 
  • Tips can also be directed to the Burlington Police Department at 336-229-3500 

 

Incidents seeking information on:

  • 9/19 - 500 Block Key Street- (Innocent victim struck by gunfire) 
  • 9/19 - 100 Block Brooks Street- (Homicide-known acquittances) 
  • 9/15 - 700 Block Sharpe Road- (No reported injuries) 
  • 79/19- 00 Block Floyd Street- (victim struck by gunfire – arrest made) 

 

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Missing Person (Silver Alert)
September 30, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Missing Person (Silver Alert)
(Repost)
A Silver Alert has been issued for Aaron Blalock. He was last seen on September 5 around 3:30pm.
Blalock is 5’5” and approximately 156lbs. with black/gray hair and brown eyes. He may be operating a Gold 2002 Honda Accord with a black fender.
If you have any information, please contact the Alamance County Sheriff's Office and request to speak to a member of the Special Victims Unit at 336-570-6300. You may also contact the non-emergency line through CCom anytime at 336-570-6777. Thank you!
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ACSD Homicide Investigation
September 28, 2021

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
 

Alamance Sheriff’s Office Investigates Homicide from 9-24-21

On Friday, September 24, 2021, at approximately 9:00 a.m., the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report on Brucewood Road in Graham, N.C., regarding a deceased male found on the side of the road.

Sheriff’s Office investigators were able to identify the victim as Jamel Ramel Haskins (B/M/28) who resided in Durham County. His next of kin has been notified.

Mr. Haskins has been verified as affiliating with gangs in Durham County, and the location of his death appears to be an isolated incident with no known ties to the neighborhood where his body was found.

Preliminary reports indicate that the victim suffered from gunshot wounds sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Detectives are still waiting for results from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, and additional information will be released as it becomes available.

This investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to contact the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office at 336-570-3600 to speak with a member of the Criminal Investigations Division. You may also report anonymously to Alamance County CrimeStoppers at 336-229-7100, alamancecs.org, the P3TIPS App, or the Durham County CrimeStoppers at 919-683-1200.

This information was delayed in its release due to the time it took to locate and notify his family. 

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