Pulling over van led police to two-state burglary ring
When a Union County detective stopped a van sought in a housebreaking in December, no one guessed it would lead to the unraveling of one of the largest home burglary rings in N.C. history.
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#1 Aug 24, 2009
These people are scum. When you get robbed it is something that stays with you for life. This guy, the manager said he didn't know the items were stolen, yet he allowed them to sell items on store property. Whether it's in the store or outside the store it's store property! Maybe he shouls have looked on NCDOC before hiring these scum.
#2 Aug 24, 2009
#3 Aug 26, 2009
They need to start following all those WV tags around there in NC. They will surely find another two-three state ring. Read other forums from WV and you will see it happens also. WV - NC visa versa NC - WV
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