Arrests: Pair charged with breaking into Subways

ASHEVILLE Buncombe County authorities Thursday charged two Henderson County teens with breaking into two sandwich shops and stealing cash. Full Story

Since: May 07

Manteo, NC

#1 Jan 30, 2009
You can break into someone's house and steal property and be released on a promise. There really is no downside to crime in Buncombe.
CJOHNNY

Boiling Springs, SC

#2 Jan 30, 2009
They keep sayin the jail is over crowded. FROM WHAT the homeless?

Since: Jun 07

Johnson City, TN

#3 Jan 30, 2009
mlc9852 wrote:
You can break into someone's house and steal property and be released on a promise. There really is no downside to crime in Buncombe.
,,,,and it doesn't end there. The thug can go to court and call the shots, selecting from a wide variety of "plea bargain" plans. lol

Since: May 07

Manteo, NC

#4 Jan 30, 2009
Sgt Rock wrote:
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,,,,and it doesn't end there. The thug can go to court and call the shots, selecting from a wide variety of "plea bargain" plans. lol
Believe me, I know. I always ask what you have to do in Asheville to actually get a prison sentence.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#5 Jan 30, 2009
They just wanted a $5.00 foot long! They was hungry. These kids start out with these small crimes and progress to bigger and badder stuff. Maybe this will put a scare into them to straighten up.

Since: Jun 07

Johnson City, TN

#6 Jan 30, 2009
mlc9852 wrote:
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Believe me, I know. I always ask what you have to do in Asheville to actually get a prison sentence.
I suppose the thug has to request it now. lol. I despised turning in felony paperwork to Ron Moore and his cronies. Waste of time and stressful work. They seldom ask or consult with the arresting Officer or investigating Officer in any case.
wonderin

Spartanburg, SC

#7 Jan 30, 2009
I see Mr Pickens is following in his father's footsteps. I think he has been in the paper twice in the last week. How long before the cops shoot him and get him out of the system?
Sam

Bailey, NC

#8 Jan 30, 2009
wonderin wrote:
I see Mr Pickens is following in his father's footsteps. I think he has been in the paper twice in the last week. How long before the cops shoot him and get him out of the system?
I was just noticing the same thing about Pickens. I was a juror on one of his daddy's cases.
Sweetpea

Rose Hill, NC

#9 Jan 30, 2009
Why does the authorities not check our the pawn shops more. I have a felon living next door to me with his elderly mother and I know he goes to the pawn shop on Leicester Hwy every few days and pawns something. Now he has no job and has not worked since he was released one year ago, drives without a license (habitual DWI's) keeps the roads hot. Where does he get the $ to buy gas and why does the HWYPatrol or Buncombe County not pick him up. I get stopped for having a break light out and I have no record and senior citizen. Go figure. Now I feel better and going to have myself a good day.
HUH

Asheville, NC

#10 Jan 30, 2009
laughorbust wrote:
They just wanted a $5.00 foot long! They was hungry. These kids start out with these small crimes and progress to bigger and badder stuff. Maybe this will put a scare into them to straighten up.
They were released on a written promise to appear in court, where they will likely get a small slap on the wrist. I seriously doubt that will be enough to scare them straight!
LOKEL

Weaverville, NC

#11 Jan 30, 2009
Looks like the coke seizures earlier this week has had little to no effect on the availability of the stuff.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#12 Jan 30, 2009
I didn't realize they had been arrested before. Sometimes, not often, if you are arrested it scares a person enough not to do it again. I have never been arrested for anything and I know is I were arrested it would scare me straight!
Eastwood Village

Hendersonville, NC

#13 Jan 30, 2009
Charles Louis Pickens III, 20, of Wellington Street, Asheville, charged with reckless driving and driving left of center. His bond was set at $21,000.

THIS DESCRIBES MOST YANKEE DRIVERS HERE IN BUNKIN COUNTY.
grmofasheville

Hickory, NC

#14 Jan 30, 2009
When they release them under written promises to appear in court, Do they get the money back that was taken, or do they have to wait until they are proven guilty?( Another reason for birth control )
us vet

Greer, SC

#15 Jan 30, 2009
mlc9852 wrote:
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Believe me, I know. I always ask what you have to do in Asheville to actually get a prison sentence.
If you are dumb enough to let Asheville law enforcement catch you. I doubt if you have the skills to escape some sort of penalty.

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