Saturday 18 Nov 2017

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Suspect Arrested For String Of B&E’s

A suspect is arrested for a home break-in and a string of motor vehicle B&E’s. 17-year old David A. Williford of Pikeville was arrested Thursday during a traffic stop conducted by Wayne County Sheriff’s Detective and ACE Team members.  The officers reportedly found in possession of evidence from the late July break-in at a home in the Buck Swamp area and the motor vehicle break-ins from the Saulston area.  A witness told police they saw Williford’s vehicle in the area the night the vehicle B&E’s occurred.  Williford faces charges including nine felony counts of Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle.  He was placed in the Wayne County Detention center on a $30,000 secured bond.

David Anthony Williford

8 Comments

  1. Tru says:

    Once again no Kaiboots huh

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  2. G.I. Joe says:

    Man…even lil Opie Taylor of Mayberry is a “thug”. “…and knowing is half the battle. Go Joe!”

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  3. Poopgonzalez says:

    What did his vehicle look like?

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  4. Masterofmime says:

    Another low life thug off of the streets

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  5. CJ says:

    Obviously, criminals come in all colors and from all backgrounds. Great job by our Wayne County LE officers. What we need now is for the courts to back up this and other arrests by our LE officers and make sure that the criminals have some “quiet time” (in the Wayne County jail) to reflect on their actions.

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  6. rockingchairfrontporch says:

    Throw the book at him. One day poop like this is going to break into the wrong house & will only leave by way of a body bag. After all, a mans house is his castle, and will be defended as such.
    “A witness told police they saw Williford’s vehicle in the area the night the vehicle B&E’s occurred.” Need more people like this watching out for their communities & neighbors.

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