Victim says vehicle vandals fired shots in Raleigh

From staff reportsDecember 5, 2013 

— Three men have been arrested and charged in a series of break-ins and an attempted shooting, according to police records.

The incident began at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, when a caller reported that some men were breaking into a car on the 3200 block of Pridwen Circle, according to a police spokesman. The caller confronted the men, and they fired a .40 caliber Glock handgun at him before driving off in a car, according to police reports.

About two hours later, a caller in northeastern Raleigh reported that men were entering cars. Police circulated through the area, found a car matching a description from the previous assault, set up a perimeter and arrested three men.

Robert Lee Harris, 19, of 609 Quarry St., was held Thursday at the Wake County Detention Center on $250,000 bond. He is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, possessing a stolen weapon, possessing a stolen motor vehicle, concealing a firearm and 12 counts of breaking or entering a motor vehicle, according to court records.

Lorenzo Demarcus McNeil, 18, of 3320 Hewberry Lane, was held Thursday on a $45,000 bond. He is charged with possessing a stolen firearm and possessing a stolen vehicle, according to court records. He also is charged with breaking or entering a motor vehicle, according to county records.

Javeal Aaron Baker, 16, of 3400 White Sock Lane, was not listed as an inmate of the Wake County Detention Center on Thursday night. He is charged, however, with possessing a stolen firearm and a stolen vehicle, and 11 counts of breaking or entering a motor vehicle.

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