Thursday 22 Aug 2019


Dudley Teens Charged For Vehicle Theft, B&E

Two teens face numerous charges after they’re allegedly caught with a stolen vehicle. On Sunday, the North Carolina Highway Patrol contacted the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office after recovering the stolen vehicle.  Troopers reportedly found numerous firearms and other property inside the vehicle and two suspects were taken into custody.  The suspects have been identified as 18-year-olds Datarie L. Walls and Keyonte D. Williams, both of Dudley.  Within approximately a half an hour of being notified by the State Highway Patrol, the sheriff’s office was dispatched to a breaking and entering in the general vicinity of where the stolen vehicle was located. Deputies determined that the property located inside of the vehicle was associated with the breaking and entering.  Walls and Williams face charges including Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle, Breaking and/or Entering, and Possession of a Stolen Firearm.  They were taken to the Wayne County Jail where Williams was also allegedly found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine as he was processed.

Datarie Lashon Walls
CHARGE(S): 1 Count of (F) Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
1 Count of (F) Breaking and/or Entering
1 Count of (F) Larceny after Breaking and/or Entering
5 Counts of (F) Larceny of a Firearm
4 Counts of (F) Possession of a Stolen Firearm
1 Count of (M) Carrying a Concealed Gun
BOND: $40,000 Secured

Keyonte Deshawn Williams
CHARGE(S): 1 Count of (F) Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
1 Count of (F) Breaking and/or Entering
1 Count of (F) Larceny after Breaking and/or Entering
5 Counts of (F) Larceny of a Firearm
4 Counts of (F) Possession of a Stolen Firearm
1 Count of (F) Possession of Methamphetamine
1 Count of (F) Possession of Controlled Substance on Prison/Jail Premises
BOND: $46,000 Secured

8 Comments

  1. YJDK says:

    ???? , just because that’s what the article states doesn’t mean that’s what actually happened . There is alot about the ” justice” system that is unjust. There’s people sitting in our jails that are innocent and unjustly charged due to incompetent investigators or vindictive people that have no other pleasure in life than to make up lies about others. Just for one minute think maybe, someone else stole this car and possessions and these guys got caught up in someone else’s troubles. All I’m saying is that is always a possibility of that it doesn’t happen the way it’s stated.

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    • ???? says:

      OK, I understand now. And I’ll bet that if you ask 99% of the ones sitting in jail or prison, they’ll ALL tell you that they’re innocent. That’s the problem with today’s society, “it’s always someone else’s fault”.

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  2. ???? says:

    ygdk,
    Maybe you should re-read the story…It clearly reported that….
    #1: they were “caught with a stolen vehicle”.
    #2: they were in possession of numerous (stolen) weapons
    #3: they were caught in possession of stolen property that had come from a
    breaking & entering
    #4: Mr. Williams had drugs in his possession
    So, it would appear that they were caught “red-handed”. Obviously, they’re not as innocent as you might choose to believe. But don’t worry, I’m sure that they’ll just get a “lecture and pep talk” and will be turned back out on the streets if they go before our “should have been a social worker” judge. Maybe next time it’ll be your car and your house that they hit.

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  3. yjdk says:

    so quick to judge, they haven’t been to court and already convicted. I bet if it was some of your folks you would have a different tune. the law clearly states INNOCENT until proven guilty. if a lot of you would go and sit in a courtroom for a few days you would get your eyes opened to some real life. one more thought is ” judge not lest ye be judged”

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  4. kialboots says:

    Don’t waste taxpayer money.. Just give them 5 to 10 and be done with them..

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    • Cool Breeze says:

      Just you wait. They will have their time in court of the second floor in Court room #2. That is where the three teens who B&E the houses in my hood and my neighbor’s car was stolen too. They received a probation and pardon. Later one of the three would later be arrested for the armed robbery of Wayne Pharmacy on May 8, 2016.

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    • Dez says:

      How about you do 5 to 10 so quick to judge a person

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