Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police in the Providence Division have arrested Jarvis Jones, 18, for his involvement in a larceny from auto case.
On Jan. 24, at about 4:30 p.m., patrol officers were dispatched to 3500 Ellington Drive.
When officers arrived, the victim said someone had damaged the door of his vehicle and entered it without permission. The suspect then took the victims wallet and cell phone.
During their investigation, police also discovered an additional vehicle was broken into at the same location but nothing was removed from that vehicle.
Evidence and information gathered during the investigation identified Jones as the individual responsible for the vehicle break-ins.
Jones was arrested on Jan. 26. He was charged with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, attempted breaking and entering motor vehicle, financial transaction card theft (for using the victims credit card), felony conspiracy and misdemeanor larceny.
During the arrest, police found drugs in Jones possession and he was charged with possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana.
Police have also obtained warrants for Davontae Johntaevous Walton, 20, who they say was also involved in the incidents.
Anyone with information about these cases or suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704.334.1600.
Arriero: 704-777-7070 On Twitter: @earriero
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