A man was arrested at the scene of a home burglary on Chamberlain Street, where two other residences had been broken into earlier the same night.
The three residential break-ins and two incidents with cars happened Friday in the 100 block of the street, off Hillsborough Street across from North Carolina State University.
Marc Williams, 38, whose address was listed in records as 4612 Malor Drive, near Wake Forest, was charged in arrest warrants with three counts of first-degree burglary, five counts of larceny after a break-in, one count of misdemeanor larceny and two counts of breaking into or entering motor vehicles. State prison records said Williams is also known as Mark, Jimmy, Marcus and Tyree Williams.
The vehicles, a Jeep and a Volkswagen, belonged to people who lived in the burglarized homes, police said.
The stolen items included two wallets, two jackets, video-gaming gear and CD’s.
The first break-in happened about 12:30 a.m., police said, and the others about 5 a.m.
Williams was held over the weekend in lieu of $140,000 bail and scheduled to appear before judge Monday.
Records indicate he has convictions for felony breaking and entering and felony larceny dating to 2004. He was released on parole in November after serving time for a 2009 conviction, and that was to have run through August this year.