Men wanted in Crossroads crime arrested
Thomasville Police located the two people wanted for an early morning break-in at Crossroads Curb Market on Blair Street, Thomasville on Thursday.
On June 26, at approximately 7:30 p.m., detectives, along with officers from High Point Police Department, were able to arrest James Arvil Shoun Jr., 41, of Lake Drive, Archdale and Kevin Douglas Cranford, 45, of Johnsontown Road, Thomasville without incident.
Thomasville police received a community tip that the Nissan Pathfinder, used in the 2:30 a.m. Crossroads break-in, was parked behind a business near Boyer Street and W. English Road in High Point.
Video surveillance from the crime showed a grey Nissan Pathfinder operated by a white male, crash through the front doors of the business. Once inside the store both males jumped out and took tobacco products. The rear bumper was torn off when the men left the business.
The video led investigators to identify Shoun and Cranford as suspects and believed they were still driving the Pathfinder with a missing rear bumper and damage to the left, rear quarter panel.
After locating the vehicle, Thomasville detectives canvassed the area and learned of a possible location of Shoun and Cranford. High Point Police were able to take the men into custody without incident in the 2000 block of W. English Road and both were placed in the Davidson County Jail.
Shoun was charged with felony breaking and entering, felony larceny, injury to real property, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Shoun was also served with two orders for arrest for failure to appear on previous charges. He received a $9000 secured bond and has a court date of July 23 in Thomasville.
Cranford was charged with felony breaking and entering, felony larceny, injury to real property and misdemeanor larceny. He received a $5000 secured bond and has a court date of July 26 in Thomasville.