Davidson Police Makes Arrest in Recent Incident
Reminder: Unlocked Garages, Doors, and Vehicles Lead to Break-ins
On Monday, May 28, 2018, at 4:37 p.m., Davidson Police Officers responded to Riverwest Court in the River Run neighborhood regarding a suspicious person entering a garage and taking golf clubs. A witness realized that this individual did not reside at this location and immediately called 911. The witness provided a detailed clothing and vehicle description. Responding officers were able to locate this individual on Wildcat Trail in possession of the stolen property. During the course of the investigation, it was also discovered that this individual allegedly committed the same crime in Huntersville before coming to Davidson.
“The Davidson Police Department would like to acknowledge this witness and remind residents to call 911 if anything looks or feels suspicious,” said Davidson Police Detective Jay Stokes. “Thanks to the quick action of the witness and detailed information provided to 911, Davidson officers were able to apprehend and arrest the suspect.”
These incidents serve to remind all residents, regardless of neighborhood, to lock their vehicles and all doors, including garage doors. The Davidson Police Department wants people to know that these types of crimes are preventable.
The suspect is facing several felony criminal charges in Davidson and Huntersville. If anyone has additional information regarding missing items from this part of town, please contact the Davidson Police Department at 704-892-5131 to file a report.