Man faces multiple counts in vehicle break-ins

Thefts discovered as folks leave for work
Nov. 15, 2013 @ 03:06 PM

Occupants of three residences in the 4000 block of Old Lexington Road in Asheboro reported thefts from vehicles Nov. 14. The Randolph County Sheriff's Office made an arrest the same day.

According to a press release, the thefts were reported about 7 a.m.  as residents went out to their vehicles and found that items had been stolen from multiple cars in each driveway. Firearms, electronics, power tools and money were taken from the vehicles.

An outbuilding at one of the residences was also entered and a chainsaw removed.

While in the neighborhood, the Community Crimes Task Force stopped a van for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, property matching the description of the stolen items were found in the van.

All items from the break-ins were recovered.

In connection to the report, Roger Dale Lockamy of Jennings Country Road in Asheboro was charged with the following:

Five counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle.

Five counts misdemeanor larceny.

Two counts larceny of a firearm.

Two counts misdemeanor possession of stolen goods.

Two counts possession of stolen firearms.

Two counts carrying concealed weapon.

Two counts possession of firearm by felon.

Breaking and entering.

Larceny after breaking and entering.

Felony possession of stolen goods.

As of Nov. 15, Roger Lockamy, 32, was confined in the Randolph County Jail under a $600,000  secured bond. He has a appearance in Randolph County District Court on Nov. 15.