2 charged in connection to numerous vehicle break-ins in Belvoir community


Two men have been charged in connection to numerous vehicle break-ins in the Belvoir community.

The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office responded to several homes in the Barrus Construction Road/ N.C. 33 areas of Belvoir due to numerous vehicle break-ins reported on April 2.

Deputies said the property stolen included items like money, electronics, purses, wallets, and firearms.

In the early morning hours of April 11 and April 30, more vehicle break-ins were reported in the Massanutten and Old River roads areas of the same community.  

Stolen items were similar to the first day, deputies said.

Video surveillance systems showed a vehicle, that despite no positive identification, was considered a probable suspect.  

On April 30, deputies combed neighborhoods, one after another, until they found the vehicle believed to be of the suspect(s).

It was at a residence on 1306 Sage Lane, near Belvoir Elementary School.  

That same afternoon, deputies conducted a search warrant on that address.

Deputies said that numerous items identified as being from the break-ins were recovered during the search of the home.  

According to a release, also recovered was stolen property found to be from vehicle break-ins in Greenville and Farmville Police Department cases.

Two suspects at the residence during the search were arrested.

21-year-old Shyteek Simon Williams was charged with: 

  • Seven felony counts of breaking and entering of a motor vehicle.
  • Two felony counts of larceny of a firearm.
  • Two felony counts of possession of a stolen firearm.
  • Three counts of misdemeanor possession of stolen goods.
  • Bond: $380,000

22-year-old Shykeem Lashawn Williams was charged with:

  • One felony count of possession of a stolen firearm.
  • Two misdemeanor counts of possession of stolen goods.
  • Bond was set at $50,000 and has bonded out.

The case is under investigation and more charges are expected.


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