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Two still sought in home break-ins

The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking two men suspected of breaking into several homes in southern Rowan County and Kannapolis
Deputies have warrants for two black males, Donterio Glaspy and Desmond Cruse for numerous break-ins. Both have been added to the Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted List.
In March, the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division began investigating numerous residential house break-ins in the southeast and eastern areas of Rowan County.
Glaspy and Donterio were suspected, but new break-ins were occurring in some of the same areas. Detectives identified a white male and white female as the suspects.
On March 28, a neighbor interrupted a break-in on Old Beatty Ford near Rockwell when a family member attempted to stop a white male who had broken into a residence next door. The suspect assaulted the witness and fled the scene in a burgundy Dodge Dakota.
Kannapolis Police located the suspect vehicle and arrested Jamie Elizabeth Overcash and Danny Roland Green. During the course of the investigation detectives linked these suspects to 18 residential home break-ins which occurred in March.
Stolen property from some of these cases was recovered and returned to the owners. Both Green and Overcash remain in the Cabarrus County Jail. Detectives are still searching for Glaspy and Cruse on the other cases.
Anyone with information on these cases is asked to contact Lt. Chad Moose at 704-216-8687 or Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.

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