A 35-year-old man who was first charged in February with car break-ins and burglaries had his bail raised to $2.215 million early Tuesday when Raleigh police charged him with 21 more car break-ins and two burglaries between March 1 and April 20.
Kevin Allen Rogers was in custody at the Wake County Detention Center after appearing in court Monday. Police also had charged him on Feb. 14 and last Thursday and last Friday with similar offenses.
Rogers, who told booking officers he lives at 1005 Spawn Place, a Knightdale address, had been convicted March 10 of the charges from his February arrest, state prison records show.
A judge gave him a suspended sentence and put him on two years’ probation.
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Many of the car break-in charges filed Tuesday were accompanied by misdemeanor larceny charges involving wallets, credit cards, driver’s licenses and other items that people had left in their vehicles.
There also were numerous counts of possession of stolen property in the warrants.
With the new charges, Rogers was scheduled to be back before a judge for the second day in a row.