Suspects in Randleman vehicle theft, break-in located – News – The Courier-Tribune

RANDLEMAN — The suspects in a multi-vehicle theft and break-in that occurred in Randleman were located in High Point Thursday.

According to a press release, detectives from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the High Point Police Department, served a search warrant at the residence located at 508 Warbler Court, High Point, on Thursday.

The search warrant was a part of an investigation into multiple car break-ins and two vehicles stolen from the Bentley Drive area of Randleman between April 13 and 14.

Those vehicles were found: A stolen Chevrolet Camaro was recovered at the residence on Warbler Court and a stolen Jeep Cherokee was recovered in another area of High Point.

Detectives identified three juveniles believed to be responsible for the crimes on Bentley Drive. Juvenile Petitions will be filed later this

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2 suspects detained after allegedly stealing Navajo Police car

PHOENIX — Two suspects were detained after police said they stole a Navajo Police Department vehicle while they were placed under arrest.

Jessie Nez and Harold Lee Jr. were arrested after an officer responded to a call regarding a vehicle at milepost 28 on Navajo Route 4 in Whippoorwill, Arizona, around 4 a.m. 

The Navajo Police Department said Nez and Lee Jr. were handcuffed and detained in the “prisoner compartment” of the vehicle. 

The officer stepped away from the vehicle and heard loud noises from the vehicle. Shortly after, the vehicle drove off. 

After driving off, several shots were heard. They were possibly fired from the officer’s rifle, police said. 

Nez and Lee Jr. were found and detained shortly after the department released the information. The weapon was also recovered. 

No other information was immediately released. 

The vehicle is a marked Navajo Nation police vehicle. It is a

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