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Spencer man charged in Guilford

A Spencer man charged with several felonies Monday including safecracking, conspiracy, felony larceny and felony breaking and entering was arrested in Guilford County for the outstanding warrants against him in Rowan for the East Spencer break-ins of 2010.
Tyquinn Marquis Campbell, 21, of 109 Long Ferry Road, was charged and given a $20,000 bond.
Warrants for his arrest were issued in November following the discovery of seven people involved in the East Spencer break-ins, with the break-in ring also targeting homes in Charlotte.
Campbell’s criminal record begins in 2006 when he was convicted of felony breaking and entering, and has since been charged with additional felonies.
While in prison in July of 2009 until June of 2010, Campbell received 14 infractions, including damage to property, profane language, threatening to harm or injure staff, involvement with a gang or security threat group (STG) and attempting a class A?offense.

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