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11/15/2012 4:03:00 PM
Two of three break-in suspects in custody
Trio accused of breaking into northwest-area homes
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Two of the three Winston-Salem men believed to be involved in a string of break-ins in northwest Guilford County are in custody.

Julian Alexander Mickle, 27, and Nathaniel Douglas Wells Jr. were wanted for their alleged roles in a series of home break-ins in Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Stokesdale, Colfax and Kernersville.

Their most common method of entry was to kick in back doors of residences. Once inside, they typically stole jewelry, but also took other items.

Mickle faces four counts of felony breaking and entering; four counts of larceny after breaking and entering and two counts of habitual breaking and entering, with more to come. He was also wanted for three counts of failure to appear on breaking and entering charges.

Wells faces charges of felony possession of stolen goods and obtaining property by false pretenses.

A third suspect, Rayshawn Toray Stevenson, 24, remains at large.






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