Four people charged after breaking into Thomasville home

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Justin Powers, Nicole Stone, Tiffany Nicholson and Rodney Braswell.

THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Two men and two women are charged after breaking into a Thomasville home Sunday and taking guns, electronics and jewelry.

Deputies with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office responded to 123 Marvin Road in reference to a breaking and entering.

A neighbor passing through the area reported a white Buick Enclave in the driveway at about noon. Information was sent out to surrounding law enforcement agencies about the incident and possible vehicle involved.

A few hours after the initial report of the incident, authorities were contacted by officers with the Thomasville Police Department and advised that they were in contact with the suspected vehicle. They responded to the Food Lion at 13 Cloniger Drive to investigate.

A search of the vehicle revealed a Smith and Wesson .40-cal handgun and a wallet containing the an identification card belonging to one of the occupants of 123 Marvin Road.

The occupants of the vehicle were identified as Rodney Braswell, 34, Justin Powers, 34, and Tiffany Nicholson, 22, all of 109 Randolph St. in Thomasville, and Nicole Stone, 22, of 5167 Elmont St. in Archdale.

All occupants were arrested and charged with felony breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, larceny of a firearm and possession of heroin.

Braswell, Powers and Stone also were charged with possession of a firearm by felon due to previous felony convictions.

Each received a $100,000 secured bond and awaits a district court date of March 23 in Lexington.