3 charged with stealing nearly $3,000 worth of items from Lexington apartment

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Anthony Brian Nobles, Sheila Blake Nobles and Alicia Dawn Blake

LEXINGTON, N.C. — A man and two women are charged with breaking into a Lexington apartment and stealing nearly $3,000 worth of items.

Anthony Brian Nobles, 28; Sheila Blake Nobles, 23; and Alicia Dawn Blake, 26, are charged with felony breaking and entering and felony larceny after breaking and entering. Sheila Nobles also faces two counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, forgery of a check and uttering of a check. Blake is facing additional charges for obtaining property by false pretenses.

On April 4, deputies were called to an apartment on Tussey Road in Lexington in reference to a break-in and theft.

The victims told deputies that someone had stolen items from the home, including a flat-screen TV, a Sony PlayStation 3, a laptop, a tablet, a pair of Nikes, a bedspread, sheets, an air purifier, a vacuum, prescription medications, checks and food. The total value of the stolen items was estimated to be $2,925.

During the course of the investigation, detectives recovered a majority of the stolen items at a home on Meadow Drive. There, they also identified the three suspects, who all lived at that address.

Detectives found that Sheila Nobles had pawned the stolen Sony PlayStation at Pawn Way in Lexington. They also discovered that Sheila Nobles and Alicia Blake had cashed one of the stolen checks at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on U.S. Highway 64.

On Monday, detectives arrested Anthony Nobles. He was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $3,000 secured bond.

Then, on Tuesday, Sheila Nobles was arrested and placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $20,000 bond.

Thursday, detectives found and arrested Alicia Blake. She was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $15,000 secured bond.

All three are scheduled to appear in court on June 2.