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Weldon man faces attempted B&E counts

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A 65-year-old Weldon man faces three counts associated with attempted residential break-ins, according to town police Chief James Avens.

The arrest of Willie Demory came after police Friday morning responded to a breaking and entering call on West First Street.
Officer Kenny Melton and Lieutenant Christopher Davis responded.
Melton located a man matching the homeowner’s description walking on Second Street.
As Davis was gathering information, he was approached by another homeowner who had a break-in earlier that week.
Demory was arrested without trouble and charged with three counts of attempted breaking and entering a building and three counts of injury to real property, which stemmed from damages sustained during the alleged B&E attempts. He was also served with an outstanding order for arrest for misdemeanor probation violation.
He received a $1,750 secured bond and July 5 court date.

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