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Two arrested for regional thefts of four-wheelers, motorcycles


A rash of thefts of four-wheelers and motorcycles in the region over the past several months is continuing, but the first two suspects have been arrested this week.

Alamance County deputies began investigating the local larcenies in the fall of 2021; also involved in their own investigations were deputies with the Orange County and Caswell County sheriff’s offices, as well.

Leads took Alamance County detectives to information that some recent four-wheelers stolen in Orange County were in Danville Virginia.

A search warrant was obtained for a search in Danville on Tuesday involving Alamance and Orange county deputies and Danville’s police department.

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Recovered in the course of the search were two four-wheelers stolen in Orange County as well as one four-wheeler and a motorcycle stolen in Alamance County.

Two suspects have been charged and are currently in custody.

Arrested were Avery Clay Parker, black, male, 28 of 3522 Corbett Road, Mebane and Robert Donnell Redman, Jr., black, male, 38, of 1200 Vance Street Greensboro.

Avery Clay Parker
Robert Donnell Redman, Jr.

Each is charged with:

1ct: Felony Breaking & Entering with Intent to Commit Felony Larceny;

1ct: Felony Larceny after Breaking & Entering; and

2cts. Felony Larceny of a Motor Vehicle.

Parker is currently being held, with no bond, at the Danville jail on charges by the Danville Police. An extradition is in place for the Alamance and Orange charges against Parker.

Dedman is currently being held in the Alamance County jail on a $50,000 secured bond, as well as a $150,000 secured bond for other, unrelated charges.

This investigation is ongoing, and additional charges are possible, according to the Alamance County sheriff’s office.

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