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Terrell Joseph Williams
Courtesy of Iredell County Sheriff's Office

Man Jailed Under More Than Six Million Dollars Bond After Being Charged With More Than 20 Felony Counts

34-year-old Terrell Joseph Williams of Charlotte was arrested by Iredell County Sheriff’s Officers. He’s charged with twelve counts of felony larceny of a motor vehicle, seven counts of felony larceny, two counts of felony breaking & entering, and one felony count of breaking & entering to a trailer.

According to a news release issued Tuesday (March 7), on October 26, 2022, a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office in reference to suspicious people walking around the fenced property of Carolina KTM and setting off the security alarm. On November 2, a report was filed by the business in reference to a break-in during which twelve motorcycles and seven battery-operated bikes were stolen. The total monetary loss was close to $127,000.

On November 16, Iredell County Sheriff’s Officers responded to an alarm at Carolina KTM. Deputies responded quickly and prevented a break-in. The suspects fled the scene by using a stolen Penske truck which had been parked at a business next door. During the investigation, camera footage was obtained from surrounding businesses that showed a suspect vehicle and a box truck on two different occasions. The vehicle was identified as being owned by the suspect, Terrell Joseph Williams.

It was learned that Williams was at Carolina KTM during the time of the breaking and entering. This was verified through the camera footage obtained by police. Based on the evidence, Williams was arrested and charged.

He is currently in custody at the Union County Jail in Monroe under a $6,370,000 secured bond for his alleged involvement in the incidents in Iredell and other counties. Williams is a suspect in five other agencies’ investigations of similar types of crimes, including armed robbery and breaking & entering. He’s scheduled to make an Iredell County District Court appearance March 22.

Williams has a criminal history that includes the following charges, felony counts of larceny of a motor vehicle, breaking & entering, larceny after breaking & entering, possession of stolen property, conspiracy, and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He has convictions listed dating back to 2007, all in Mecklenburg County.