Storage unit break-ins are very frequent and it is welcome news to hear of police charging suspects who have caused so much grief to large numbers of renters.
Fayetteville, NC police have been successful in apprehending three suspects wanted for a series of over 100 break-ins that occurred at various self-storage facilities last September.
Two of the suspects were arrested shortly after the break-ins following Fayetteville police publishing images taken from the storage facilities CCTV cameras. The third has been on the run but on Monday Chyeem Bobbitt, 23, was charged with 108 counts of breaking and entering, 17 counts of possessing stolen goods, 16 counts of larceny after breaking and entering, four counts of conspiracy, misdemeanor damage to property and fraud.
Left to right, Parrish, Flowers and Bobbitt
Previously apprehended were Nathaniel Parrish, 23, who was charged with 49 counts of breaking and/or entering, five counts of possessing stolen goods or property, five counts of larceny after breaking and entering, and three counts of conspiracy. Also Crismani Flowers, 20, who was charged with 47 counts of breaking and entering, five counts of possession of stolen goods, five counts of larceny after breaking and entering, and three counts of conspiracy.
Bail was set at $282,000 for Bobbitt and $255,000 for the other two and all three are currently in custody at the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center.