Man charged in break-ins, thefts in Raleigh, Knightdale, Garner

From staff reportsFebruary 27, 2013 

— A day after Raleigh police charged a man with breaking into 13 businesses in a string of larcenies, he has been charged in a 14th in Garner.

Donald Regimond Ellison Jr., 20, whom Raleigh police had arrested Monday on warrants alleging a string of break-ins going back to July, was charged by Garner police on Tuesday with a break-in at Diamond Laundry at 102 S. First Ave. on Aug. 24.

Garner also charged Brad Allen Ball, 28, of 205 King Arthur Trail in the Garner area of Wake County, with four counts of breaking and entering, a count of larceny after breaking and entering and safecracking for two incidents in 2012 and two last month.

Ball also faces a count of felony larceny from one incident in which police allege that he opened a safe at a Carlie C’s grocery on Garner Station Road and took more than $22,000.

Raleigh police charged Ball with breaking and entering for the same 13 incidents with which they had charged Ellison, the larceny of several thousand dollars in many of those cases and four safecracking counts.

The third man accused of involvement in some of the incidents was Shawn Sherome Addison, 31, of 5009 Royal Acres Road in Raleigh.

Raleigh police charged Addison with six counts of breaking and entering, six counts of larceny after breaking and entering and two counts of safecracking.

Ball’s bail was set at a total of $400,000 on the charges from the three departments.

Addison’s bail was set at $500,000 after his arrest.

Ellison’s bail stood at $320,000 with the addition of the latest charges.

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