Deputies arrest two in connection to four break-ins
Two men were arrested in connection to four breaking and entering cases, said the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
The arrest was made following a Aug. 29 report of a breaking and entering in progress at a residence on North Hwy. 150 in the Reedy Creek community. The caller said the suspects had left residence in a red vehicle heading south on Hwy 150.
Deputies stopped the vehicle at Fritts Road.
When the deputies approached the vehicle they noticed in plain view that jewelry and other items wrapped in a quilt were on the back seat. In addition, the suspect who was driving had a revoked license and the vehicle was not insured.
The Breaking and Entering Task Force began their investigation and identified the two suspects. An eye witness identified one of the subjects as the man who ran out of the house.
Following their arrest, deputies received a consent to search the suspects’ home where more stolen property was found from break-ins that happened Aug. 25. Charges were drawn in connection to four breaking and entering cases. More Charges are pending from Davidson and Forsyth counties.
Nicholas Gentry of 250 Jenkins Road, Lot 9, Lexington, was charged with four counts of breaking and entering, three counts of larceny after breaking and entering and four counts of injury to real property.
Dalton Tedder of the same address was charged with three counts of breaking and entering, two counts of larceny after breaking and entering, three counts of injury to real property.
Both suspects were given $100,000 secure bond with a court date of Sept. 10.