Man breaks into home near UNC campus
CHAPEL HILL – Police charged Grant Christian Nabell, 21, of Meade St., Greenville, with first-degree burglary Saturday morning.
Nabell allegedly broke into a house on McCauley Street and was arrested about 3:25 a.m., a police report said.
A woman in the house on McCauley called 911. She had locked herself in a room upstairs after hearing glass breaking about 3:14 a.m.
When police arrived, they reportedly found Nabell in the kitchen. Nabell struggled with police, and an officer used a taser to take him into custody, said Sgt. Josh Mecimore of the Chapel Hill Police Department.
EMS was called to check him out after he was tasered, the report said.
Nabell, who appeared to have been drinking, was transported to the Orange County Jail, and held under $1,500 bond, the report said.
Man charged with DWI after Franklin Street crash
CHAPEL HILL – Police charged Davis Huguenin Boyle, 31, of 685 Hamlets Chapel Road, Pittsboro, with driving while impaired after he crashed his car Saturday night on East Franklin Street.
Boyle was driving a 2005 Toyota east on Franklin Street, through the curve between Boundary Street and Park Place, about 11 p.m. when he drove left of center, then overcorrected and ran off the road and hit a tree, according to an accident report.
Boyle was not injured, but damage to his car was estimated at $15,000.
Boyle registered a .18 on an intoximeter, the report said. The legal level for intoxication is .08.
Charge alleges counterfeit drug possession
DURHAM – Shannon Donnell Williams, 35, was arrested Sunday and charged with possession of a counterfeit controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia. Williams was released Sunday from the Durham County Jail on a $2,500 bond.
In other crime:
- Torey Parker, 18, was arrested Thursday and charged with breaking or entering, injury to real property and carrying a concealed weapon. Parker was in the Durham County Jail Monday under a $2,000 bond.
- Lisa Price, 48, of Greensboro, was arrested by Durham police Feb. 20 and charged with larceny of a vehicle. She was released the same day from the Durham County Jail on a $3,000 bond.
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