High Point woman charged with helping son after homicide

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Sandra Breeden and Joe Lewis Breeden

HIGH POINT, N.C. — A mother accused of helping her son escape law enforcement following a homicide turned herself into police on Wednesday.

Sandra Breeden, 45, of 1026 Meadowbrook Blvd. in High Point, is charged with felony accessory after the fact. Her son, Joe Lewis Breeden, 17, of the same address, is charged with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in the March 26 homicide of Calvin James Alexander Jr.

Sandra Breeden is accused of lying to police about where her son was at the time of the homicide. She also is accused of taking her son to Willie Breeden’s house on Pinecroft Street after the homicide, said Capt. Tim Ellenberger.

Willie Breeden is Joe Breeden’s aunt, and one of three other people charged with accessory after the fact.

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