Crime briefs Feb. 12

ID left in backpack leads to man's arrest
Feb. 11, 2013 @ 06:16 PM

A laptop stolen from a breaking and entering in Davidson County was found left behind in another break-in in Winston-Salem, deputies said.
The Davidson break-in occurred on Jan. 29 at 4703 Old U.S. Hwy. 52. The Winston-Salem break-in occurred Jan. 30.
The laptop was left behind in a book bag, which also included the suspect's wallets and identification cards.
William Barton Cook III, 25, of 3512 Autumn Crest St. Winston-Salem, was arrested and charged with breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering.
He received a $5,000 secured bond with a court date of March 25.
Charges are outstanding on other suspects, deputies said.

Davidson County Sheriff's Office allege that Shannon Dean Graham, 35, of 366 Bringle Ferry Road, Denton, as a registered sex offender, possessed a social networking profile page. The investigation began Oct. 11 and Graham was charged Feb. 7. He received a $1,000 secured bond with a court date of Feb. 19.

Nearly $1,500 worth of jewelry was stolen from 434 John  M. Ward Road on Jan. 28. Deputies with the breaking and entering task force identified a suspect and recovered jewelry at a pawn shop on Jan. 30. 
Brandy E. Caulder, 32, of 987 Clark Road, Linwood was charged with felony larceny, and two counts of obtaining property by false pretense.
Bond was set at $1,500 secured with a court date of March 5.

A Lexington man faces charges following a break-in into a 2002 Lexus on Oct. 21.
Jonathan Mitchell Porter, 29, of 323 Paul Drive was arrested at the court house, while making an appearance on other charges.
According to a press release, items stolen from the Lexus at 2998-A Allred Road included a radar detector and Oakley sunglasses. A pair of prescription glasses were broken. A
Porter was given a $1,000 secured bond with a court date of Feb. 22.