UNC grad student charged in burglary
CHAPEL HILL – A University of North Carolina Chapel Hill graduate student on Friday was arrested on charges of breaking and entering and damage to real property for breaking a door and damaging cheese.
Brandon Michael Boyle, 23, of Legacy Terrace in Chapel Hill was arrested about 4:30 a.m. after police say he broke into a neighbor’s home, armed with a knife, and caused $300 damage to the front door and an estimated $5 in damage to some cheese in the residence.
He was held in the Orange County Jail under $500 bond.
In other news:
• On Thursday, Liberty Arts on Franklin Street in Durham reported that someone had stolen two cast iron tubs and two cast iron sinks.
• Clinton Randall Royster, 42, of Holloway Street in Durham was arrested Jan. 24 and charged with breaking and entering and cutting, mutilating, defacing or otherwise injuring property. He was held in the Durham County Jail under $25,000 bond.
• Caleb Bell, 21, of Kendall Drive in Durham was arrested Thursday and charged with statutory rape and indecent liberties with a child. He was held in the Durham County Jail under $500,000 bond.
• Kenneth Wayne Petty Jr., 24, of Rochelle Street in Durham was arrested Thursday and charged with assault with a deadly weapon with a minor present and discharging a firearm. He was held in the Durham County Jail under $10,000 bond.
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