Police charged a man with stealing two televisions from a Walmart store on South Main Street last Sunday and coming back Wednesday to make off with four computers.
A woman with Reece was charged with aiding and abetting the computer theft.
A series of arrest warrants named David Lee Reece, 29 of 2578 Enon Road in Oxford in the theft of the 43-inch LED televisions and the computers and charged him with trespassing because he had been ordered to stay out of the store.
Police also served him with larceny warrants from Danville City and Halifax County, Va., and charged him with driving a car with a forged registration tag, driving with a suspended license and having drug paraphernalia.
Reece was arrested at the store Wednesday night and held in lieu of $110,000 bail for a court appearance Thursday.
The magistrate who set Reece’s bail noted that he has prior larceny convictions in North Carolina and pending charges in Vance County.
Mary Nicole Heller, 26, who is listed in booking records as living at Reece’s address in Oxford was charged aiding and abetting a felony and with trespassing by being at the Walmart. Police had found addresses for her in Durham and Bahama.
Prison records show that Reece’s first conviction was for misdemeanor larceny in Granville County in 2006. He is shown as having several more misdemeanor larceny convictions and a 2011 conviction for felony breaking and entering in Granville County.
The Vance County cases include charges of driving with a revoked license, reckless driving, fleeing in a motor vehicle to elude police and resisting arrest. Reece is due in court there Feb. 9