A man has been charged with 146 felonies in connection with several break-ins that occurred at Fayetteville, N.C., self-storage facilities in September. Chyeem Dreqwon Bobbitt, 23, was charged on Jan. 19 with 108 counts of breaking and entering, 16 counts of larceny after breaking and entering, 17 counts of possessing stolen goods, four counts of conspiracy, and fraud and misdemeanor damage to property, according to the source. His bail was set at $282,000.
Bobbitt is one of three men accused of breaking into more than 100 self-storage facilities between Sept. 3 and 13. Police also arrested Nathaniel Dominque Parrish, 23, on Sept. 19 and Crismani Cortez Flowers, 20, on Sept. 21, the source reported.
The self-storage facilities where the thefts occurred are on Hope Mills Road, McArthur Road, Pepperbrush Drive, South Reilly Road and Yadkin Road. The stolen items included comic books, digital cameras, an electric fireplace, jewelry, military gear and tools. Bobbitt sold some of the stolen goods to Milbourne Investments, which owns thrift stores in Fayetteville, the source reported.
Parrish has been charged with 49 counts of breaking and/or entering, five counts of larceny after breaking and entering, five counts of possessing stolen goods or property, and three counts of conspiracy. Flowers has been charged with 47 counts of breaking and entering, five counts of larceny after breaking and entering, five counts of possession of stolen goods and three counts of conspiracy. Bail has been set at $255,000 for both men.
All three offenders are in custody at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Detention Center.
- Fay Observer.com: Fayetteville Man Faces 146 Felony Counts in Storage Units Break-Ins