Breaking and entering at Oakley’s in King--Suspect is arrested
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a breaking and entering and larceny last week at Oakley’s Convenience Store in King. Daniel Louis Fowler Perry, 21, of 3876 YMCA Camp Road in King, was picked up at his home and charged with one count of Felony Breaking and Entering, one count of Felony Larceny after Breaking and Entering and Felony Possession of Stolen Goods.
Law enforcement officers from the King Police Department and the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office rushed to the scene of Oakley’s, just off Highway 66 S, in response to an alarm there which went off at 2:11 a.m. on Friday, Mar. 11.
The officers worked together in what Chief Deputy Craig Carico of the Sheriff’s Office called “professional teamwork.” They pieced together information and evidence from the crime scene, which pointed them in the direction of Perry’s residence.
The officers proceeded to his home and took him into custody without incident. They also found much of the stolen property which was then returned to the owner of the store.
Perry was held on a bail of $5,000 unsecured. His first appearance in court was Wednesday, Mar. 16. Another court date is pending.
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