Days after one man was linked to three separate break-ins at the same home, his alleged accomplice has been linked to his third as well.
Donald David Farrior Jr., 22, of 91 Barley Lane, Clinton, was charged with burglary- forcible entry, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, larceny and possessing/concealing stolen property. He was taken into custody at his Barley Lane address again Tuesday and placed under $20,000 secured bond for the new charges.
Sheriff’s authorities said the same Honeycutt Road home was targeted by the same two men on three separate occasions in a matter of days. Farrior posted bond shortly after both of his prior arrests, but sheriff’s authorities said he was still behind bars Wednesday following his third arrest.
Raheem Christopher Rogers, 23, of 2033 Beulah Church Road, Turkey, received similar charges Friday, and $55,000 bond, in connection with the third break-in.
Farrior and Rogers broke into the Honeycutt Road home May 20, during which Rogers was shot. Sheriff’s investigators reportedly located items inside the getaway vehicle taken from the residence in previous incidents, including an assortment of electronics and other items such as children’s shoes.
Repairs were being made by the homeowner’s father in the wake of the previous break-ins when the two men showed up again May 20. Rogers also stands charged in the three break-ins. A convicted felon, his bond has amassed to $145,000 in connection with the three break-ins.
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