Teenager charged with breaking into Thomasville homes
Quadarius Jermaine McIntosh (Thomasville PD)
THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A Lexington teenager accused of breaking into three Thomasville homes last month was arrested Monday.
Quadarius Jermaine McIntosh, 17, allegedly broke into residences on Georgia and Leach Avenues during the daytime between April 24-27.
He was charged with three counts of felonious breaking and entering and one count of felonious larceny.
Police said McIntosh was incarcerated in the High Point Jail when he was served with the warrants. He received a $5,500 secured bond and has court planned for May 23.
No other details were released. Anyone with any information can call Thomasville Crime Stoppers at (336) 476-TIPS (8477) or Thomasville Police at (336) 475-4286.
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