Five teens arrested on burglary charges
Police have arrested five teenagers on burglary and safecracking charges following a residential burglary on Cub Drive.
Investigators reported that the victim returned home at 1:30 a.m. July 29 after being out of the house for less than two hours and found that his home had been entered.
Items missing included a safe with a total value of more than $8,000. Detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office working with the Thomasville Police Department were able to recover a majority of the stolen property.
Police charged four teens who will appear in court Aug. 26 on felony burglary, larceny of a firearm and safecracking charges:
• Evan Andrew Ayers, 18, of High Point; $200,000 secured bond.
• Autumn Cheyenne Pyrah, 16, of High Point; $100,000 secured bond.
• Austin Trent Swaim, 16, of Winston-Salem; $100,000 secured bond.
• Austin Douglas McMasters, 16, of Thomasville; $100,000 secured bond.
• An unnamed 15-year-old juvenile.
All the teens are being held in the Davidson County Detention Facility, according to the report.