1,142 charges filed in Greensboro storage unit break-ins

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Floyd Edwin Brown III (Mugshots for the other suspects were not available)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A total of 1,142 charges have been filed against three men who are accused of breaking inside more than 500 storage units in Greensboro.

The Greensboro News & Record reports the charges were brought against Irving Emanuel Boone, 31, Floyd Edwin Brown III, 24, and Tyrone Sintell Cartwright, 32, all of Greensboro.

The charges include breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods and injury to real property.

According to the paper, the suspects are believed to have broken into storage units at six different businesses, but police have only identified two of the businesses.  They include Public Storage at 2711 Randleman Road and West Market Self-Storage at 5019 West Market St.

The break-ins date back to October.

Police tell the News & Record Boone and Brown are believed to be responsible for the majority of the break-ins.  Both suspects were still being held in the Guilford County Jail as of Tuesday, while Cartwright was released on a written promise to appear in court.

Source: News-Record.com

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