Thomasville man arrested in construction break-ins

Oct. 01, 2013 @ 02:32 PM

A Thomasville man wanted in connection with several break-ins was arrested Monday.
Roger Cullins, 46, of Oak Meadow Lane, was arrested at 5:40 p.m. after being found in the 100 block of South Street.
He was served with warrants for three counts of felonious breaking and entering and one count of felonious larceny.
Cullins was wanted in connection with three break-ins that occurred at David Adams Construction over a two-week time period. Construction equipment was stolen in each break-in.
“We were fortunate the business owner had installed security cameras, and once we obtained the video footage, our officers were able to identify Roger Cullins,” said Detective Lt. Mike Howard. “Citizens and businesses who install surveillance systems provide law enforcement with one more layer of crime-fighting tools that helps officers resolve cases quicker.”
Cullins received a $50,000 bond and was placed in the Davidson County Jail. He has a court date set for Oct. 9.
/Chanel Davis/