Wednesday, July 31, 2013:
Three suspects arrested in South Division robberies
Robbery Detectives with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department have charged Mitchell Treible, DOB: 09-10-1987, John Bowlin, DOB: 11-01-1978, and Jennifer Melton, DOB: 04-22-1981, in several recent armed robberies that occurred in the South Division.
On Monday, July 29, 2013, at approximately 12:45 a.m., two victims were robbed at gunpoint by two white male suspects at the 9200 block of Baybrook Lane. One of the suspects fired a shotgun into the air during the robbery. The suspects then fled the scene in a maroon Mitsubishi. Later that morning, at approximately 1:55 a.m., a victim was robbed at gunpoint at the 10300 block of Salvia Street by two white males as she was exiting her vehicle. The suspects fired a shotgun during the course of the robbery and fled by vehicle.
After gathering suspect and vehicle descriptions, Robbery Unit Detectives requested assistance from local law enforcement to help in the identification process. The York County Sheriff’s Office was able to aid detectives in identifying one of suspects involved in this case. Additional information and evidence gathered during the investigation led Robbery Unit Detectives to identify Jennifer Melton, John Bowlin and Mitchell Treible as suspects in these robberies. The investigation revealed that the suspects were also involved in other crimes throughout Charlotte and York County, SC, for which warrants were issued.
On Tuesday, July 30, 2013, the Violent Criminal Apprehension Team located and arrested Mr. Treible, Mr. Bowlin and Ms. Melton without incident. All suspects were then transported to police headquarters where they were interviewed by detectives. All three suspects were then charged with two counts of Armed Robbery and one count of Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery. Additional charges are possible, pending further investigation. The suspects were then transferred to the custody of the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office. KT
Monday, July 29, 2013:
Two Suspects Arrested in Steele Creek Division Breaking and Entering
Steele Creek Division officers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department have charged Archie Flemming, DOB: 10/13/1992, and Theodore Fuller, DOB: 12/10/1990, for their involvement in a residential breaking and entering case.
On Thursday, July 25, 2013, at approximately 10:40 a.m., patrol officers were dispatched to a residential breaking and entering call for service at a home in the 13000 block of Pine Harbor Road. A victim had called 911 stating that the two suspects, one being armed, had broken into their home while it was occupied by the victim and residents. The victim gave officers a detailed description of the suspects. Steele Creek Division officers, along with assistance from the North Tryon and Eastway Divisions, were able to track down the suspects a short time later near The Plaza and E. 35th Street. After a short foot chase, officers detained both Mr. Fuller and Mr. Flemming. The victims’ property, along with the firearm used during the crime, were recovered from the suspects.
Mr. Flemming and Mr. Fuller were both charged with felony breaking and entering, felony conspiracy, possession of stolen goods and larceny after breaking and entering. Both are currently in the custody of the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Excellent communication between the Steele Creek, North Tryon and Eastway Divisions, a thorough field investigation and a cooperative witness, who was willing to report this activity, enabled officers to apprehend the suspects quickly. Anyone with additional information concerning this case and or suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704.334.1600. To learn how to subscribe to the Crime Stoppers mobile app, please visit the website at http://charlottecrimestoppers.com. JL
Tuesday, July 9, 2013:
JAG Grant Notice
The City of Charlotte is receiving grant funds from the United States Department of Justice to support law enforcement Initiatives. The City will receive $345,335. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department plans to use $200,00 for overtime for officers to respond to emerging crime trends and solve problems in neighborhoods. $77,500 will be used to fund the Police Cadet Program for one year. $67,835 will be used to expand CMPD’s Neighborhood Security Camera Initiative. Any comments regarding the proposed use of funds should be directed to Darrellyn Kiser at email@example.com
Tuesday, July 2, 2013: Eastway Division Officers Apprehend Five Robbery Suspects
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Armed Robbery Unit has charged five suspects for their involvement in several recent armed robberies and a home invasion.
On June 30, 2013, at approximately 12:40 p.m., patrol officers with the Eastway Division responded to a home invasion at the 3500 block of Burner Drive. The victims stated that they were robbed of their phones and money by three black female suspects and several black male suspects who fled in a gray vehicle. Due to the excellent description of suspects and the suspect vehicle, a detailed description was broadcast to officers.
Officers located the suspect vehicle and subjects matching the suspects’ descriptions a short time later at the 4800 block of Central Avenue. Evidence and information gathered during the investigation identified Jamie Taylor, DOB: 02/18/1995, Sharica Gurley, DOB: 06/30/1995, Trent Johnson, DOB: 03/10/1994, Rashaun Henderson, DOB: 02/28/1994, and Jocqui Johnson, DOB: 11/30/1994, as the suspects involved in the armed home invasion and robbery. All five suspects were transported to police headquarters where they were interviewed by robbery detectives. During the interviews, it was determined that the suspects had also been involved in additional robberies.
Thanks to the excellent descriptions given by victims and witnesses and the collaboration between patrol officers and Armed Robbery Detectives, all five suspects were apprehended within a short period of time of the robbery. Anyone with additional information concerning this case and or suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704.334.1600. To learn more about the Crime Stoppers mobile app, please visit http://charlottecrimestoppers.com/. JL
Monday, July 1, 2013:
CMPD Employees of the Month of July
Heather Edmonds Officer Joseph P. Monteleone Officer G.S. Clarkson
Fiscal Affairs North Tryon Division South Division