Mebane man charged with assault, attempting to terrorize ex-girlfriend

The Alamance County sheriff’s office has filed charges Wednesday against a Mebane man stemming from his breaking into another Mebane house looking for his ex-girlfriend and assaulting a male resident at the house.

The incident began when deputies responded to the 4400 block of Mebane Oaks Road Tuesday night at 9:38 p.m., based on a reported assault.

Deputies spoke with the male resident of the house, who said he had been assaulted by Charles Alexander Vadase, who had come to the resident looking for his ex-girlfriend.  Vadese broke in through the front door, and the resident was engaged in an altercation with Vadase, with the fight continuing onto the front porch until Vadase left.  The resident was not injured, according to the deputies’ report.

Deputies also interviewed a female at the residence, who acknowledged that she was Vadese’s former girlfriend.  She expressed concerns for her safety, according to the deputies.  That information prompted deputies to see warrants from a local magistrate, which were served on Vadase at 1:41 a.m. at his residence.

Vadase, white, male, 42, of 1559 Stone Street Extension, Mebane was arrested and taken to the Alamance County Detention Center, where he was placed under a $6,000 secured bond.

He is charged with:

1count of felony breaking and entering with intent to terrorize and injure an occupant;

1 count of misdemeanor simple assault; and

1 count of misdemeanor injury to real property.