Sheriff's deputies alerted to a suspicious vehicle in a neighborhood on Wednesday morning interrupted a break-in at a home and captured three people, officials said.
The call came from the 900 block of Lakeside Drive about 9:30 a.m., sheriff’s office spokeswoman Tamara Gibbs said.
The three suspects ran when deputies interrupted them, Gibbs said, but other deputies had established a perimeter around the house where it was happening, and they stopped two adults and a 15-year-old.
They also found a car that had been reported stolen in the city of Durham. After the owner of the house that had been broken into came home, deputies returned stolen property they had recovered after the foot chase, Gibbs said.
Joshua Montori Clark-Taylor, 19, and Gregory Norwood Jr., 16, were each charged with breaking and entering, felony larceny, damage to personal property, damage to real property, possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting a public officer.
Each was held in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Deputies petitioned the juvenile to state authorities.