Arrests made in area break-ins

Four adults from North Carolina have been arrested on numerous charges related to break-ins in Mecklenburg County early in 2017.

During the months of January and February, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division investigated numerous residential break-ins and larcenies in the Epps Fork-Ivy Hill area of the county.

During the investigation, the Criminal Investigation Division unit worked closely with northern North Carolina law enforcement agencies, including the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, Vance County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and Granville County Sheriff’s Office, which all had similar break-ins.

Cooperation between the sheriff’s offices has resulted in the arrests of four subjects: Dennis Jordon Collier, 21, of Henderson, N.C., Joyce Miranda Jordon, 19, of Louisburg, N.C., Jacob D. Parham, 34, of Butner, N.C., and Kenyatta A. Hargrove, 25, of Norlina, N.C.

All of the subjects involved were charged with the break-in of seven residences in Mecklenburg County with a total of 26 indictments each.

Collier and Parham are being held in Meherrin River Regional Jail under no bond. Jordan is in Meherrin River Regional Jail under a $20,000 bond. Hargrove is in a Warren County jail awaiting extradition back to Virginia.

The cases are still under investigation, and more charges are likely.