Fourth person charged in home invasion

Andrew Michael Brackman
Sep. 26, 2013 @ 02:20 PM

A Kernersville man was charged in connection with a home invasion Aug. 16 in the Southmont area of Davidson County.

According to a press release from the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, Andrew Michael Brackman, 20, of 5018 Rachel St.  was taken into custody in Forsyth County by the U.S. Marshals on Davidson County outstanding felony warrants. 

Brackman was charged with first degree burglary, robbery with a dangerous weapon, and first degree kidnapping in connection with a home invasion. Already in custody in this home invasion case are Cole McKay Parris of Davidson County, Charles Moir Deitz, of Lewisville, and Kaylee Michelle Wilkins of  Winston-Salem. 

Brackman was booked into the Davidson County Jail with a $500,000 secured bond with a court date of Nov. 12.

According to an article in the Aug. 24 edition of the Times, the home invasion occurred at 682 Riverwood Drive, the home of Bobby Scott Beasley.

Deputies were notified of the invasion about 5 a.m.

Two men and a woman had entered the home with handguns. Beasley was ordered to open a safe. Cash and several guns as well as jewelry were stolen. Beasley's hands and feet were tied together.

The suspects fled from the home with the pillowcase of money and handguns.

During the escape one of the male suspects fell into High Rock Lake and had to be assisted out by the female suspect. The pillow case was dropped into the water. The Davidson Rescue Squad dive team, the Lexington unit, Southmont Fire Department and the Sheriff's Office Lake Patrol worked seven hours Aug. 16 to recover the money and weapons.

The Sheriff's Office obtained warrants on three individuals.

On Aug. 17, Kaylee Michelle Wilkins, 25, of 7168 Shallowford Road, Winston-Salem, was arrested and charged with armed robbery, first degree burglary and kidnapping. Her bond was set at $500,000 secured.

On the morning of Aug. 19 and 20, two male suspects were arrested.

Charles Moir Deitz, 23, of 7168 Shallowford Road, Winston-Salem, was charged with armed robbery, first degree burglary and kidnapping. Bond was set at $500,000 secured.

Cole McKay Parris, 23, of 207 Spruce St., Lexington was charged with armed robbery, first degree burglary and kidnapping. Bond was set at $1 million secured.

Photos of the three previously charged are at http://www.tvilletimes.com/news/crime/x2042199298/Man-tied-up-after-home-invasion