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Top Row, L-R: Ryshard Wingate & Jalen Sanders Bottom Row, L-R: Jayquan Curry, Tywon Tilman Courtesy of Mooresville Police Department

Multiple Suspects Charged In Connection To String Of Break-ins

Four individuals have been charged by Mooresville Police in connection to a string of vehicle break-ins.

20-year-old Ryshard Malachi Wingate of Albemarle has been charged with eleven counts of felony breaking and entering to a motor vehicle, single felony counts of conspiracy and possession of stolen goods. He’s also charged with misdemeanor counts of carrying a concealed firearm and possession of marijuana. 20-year-old Jalen Keyshawn Sanders of Charlotte has been charged with 13 felony counts of breaking & entering to a motor vehicle and one felony count of conspiracy.

21-year-old Jayquan Keyshawn Curry of Charlotte has been charged with eleven counts of felony breaking & entering to a motor vehicle along with felony counts of conspiracy, larceny of a motor vehicle, possession of stolen goods, and flee to elude arrest with a motor vehicle. He’s also charged with two felony counts of larceny of a firearm. 19-year-old Tywon Antwain Tilman of Charlotte has been charged with eleven felony counts of breaking and entering to a motor vehicle, two felony counts apiece of larceny of a motor vehicle and larceny of a firearm, and single felony counts of conspiracy and possession of stolen goods.

On Thursday (June 6) the Mooresville Police Department (MPD) took the suspects into custody after a pursuit and land search. The investigation followed reports of multiple vehicle break-ins. The suspects have now been linked to over 70 motor vehicle breaking and enterings.

Wingate received a $100,000 secured bond, Sanders received a $120,000 secured bond, Curry received a $195,000 secured bond and Tilman received a $100,000 secured bond. There are additional charges pending against all of the suspects. Tilman was not listed as an inmate in Iredell County as of earlier today (June 10), the other three suspects were still in jail. Monday District Court dates were scheduled for all of the suspects with the exception of Tilman, who had no court dates listed.