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Conover teen arrested after break-ins

March 2, 2012

Police arrested a Conover man on Thursday in connection to a string of car break-ins near the Brandywine community.


David Enoch McClellon, 18, of 412 Rock Barn Road in Conover, is charged with felonious breaking or entering a motor vehicle, breaking or entering a motor vehicle and misdemeanor larceny after being tied to multiple motor vehicle break-ins on Brandywine Drive.

McClellon broke into two vehicles on Wednesday before being arrested, including a 2011 Toyota Corolla belonging to William Auburn Clark, according to Conover police reports.

McClellon stole power inverters, wireless car chargers and show cloths.


McClellon also broke into a  2010 Mazda3 and stole a $150 GPS unit, various CDs and Verizon telephone equipment, according to police reports.


McClellon was arrested and is being held in the Catawba County Detention Center under a $15,000 bond.

Also in Conover

Thieves broke into LAMOE LLC in Conover on Thursday and stole $100 in copper refrigeration coil.

Comments

Too bad...

March 4, 2012 by Backbone (not verified), 2 years 24 weeks ago
Comment: 1031

... he didn't get bit by a feral cat! Oh wait, thats in Conover, too bad he didn't get slapped on the head by a CouncilPERSON's husband!

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