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4 teens arrested for Davidson County breaking and entering after police chase

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Jalen Lee Ahmod Albright; Isaiah Malik Patterson; Jadakiss Jaquez Hall Jr.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Four teenagers were arrested after leading police on a chase from Davidson County into Winston-Salem Monday afternoon, according to a press release. Now, the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a fifth person who ran off after the chase ended.

Around 1 p.m., deputies received information about a suspicious vehicle in the Ledford area of Davidson County. When authorities located the vehicle, they ran the plate and realized it was stolen out of Winston Salem. They attempted to stop it.

The vehicle ran from deputies and a chase ensued.

Deputies chased the teenagers from Davidson County into the Winston-Salem city limits, eventually stopping them at 15th Street and Cleveland Avenue with the assistance of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office and Winston-Salem police.

Recovered property allegedly stolen by the suspects.

After they stopped, the suspects tried to run away but four were quickly apprehended.

Three suspects were identified as Isaiah Patterson, 16, Jalen Albright, 16, and Jadakiss Hall, 16. The fourth suspect was identified as a 14-year-old juvenile.

All four were returned to Davidson County.

After a follow-up investigation, Davidson County detectives discovered the teens were also involved in a breaking and entering at a residence on Bonnie Regan Road in Davidson County.

Thomasville police have also linked them to break-ins at two homes in their city on Monday.

The three were taken to the Davidson County jail on a $50,000 secured bond.

Additional charges are expected to be filed.

The Guilford County Sheriff’s office is also checking if the teenagers are connected to break-ins in their county.