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US CELLULAR ON FOUR SEASONS BOULEVARD BROKEN INTO; SUSPECTS CAUGHT AND ARRESTED

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       ON FOUR SEASONS BOULEVARD

The Hendersonville Police Department made arrests in an early morning break in that occurred at the U.S. Cellular store located at 1900 A Four Seasons Boulevard.

According to the police department, at around 4:23 a.m. on March 26, 2014, Sergeant Brandon Staton of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department noticed activity around the U.S. Cellular store and stopped to investigate. He contacted the police department, advised them of the activity, and approached the business locating subjects inside. He took one of the individuals into custody as officers from the police department took custody of another. A third subject ran and was later caught in the area.

Police arrested and charged the following:

David Lahorace Nelson, 24, of Lawrence St. Greensboro, NC, with one count of felony breaking and entering, and one count of felony larceny. Nelson was held in the Henderson County Detention Facility under a $16,000 bond.

Shawn Kelly Neal II, 22, of Hahns Lane, Greensboro, NC, with one count of felony breaking and entering, and one count of felony larceny. Neal was held in the Henderson County Detention Facility under a $16,000 bond.

Antwon Bernard Richardson, 25, of Carlton Avenue, Greensboro, NC, with one count of felony breaking and entering and one count of felony larceny. Richardson was held in the Henderson County Detention Facility under a $16,000 bond.

Upon investigating the incident further, detectives located in the individuals’ vehicle evidence that came from a breaking and entering in Buncombe County. Detectives with Asheville Police Department and the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Department are investigating those incidents and have been in contact with the Hendersonville Police Department regarding these individuals.



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