Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say a teenager who cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet earlier this week was taken into custody Wednesday morning in Salisbury.
Police said Darius Marquis Nicholson, 17, had removed the bracelet on Monday after he arrived home late, breaking his court-ordered curfew.
In a statement, CMPD said Nicholson was apprehended Wednesday by the departments Violent Criminal Apprehension Team but did not elaborate on why the teen was in Salisbury.
Nicholson was convicted last year of felony conspiracy to commit common law robbery. He was ordered to wear an electronic monitor as part of his probation in the case, and given a curfew.
In removing the monitor, Nicholson faces charges of interfering with an electronic monitoring device, and for violating the terms of his probation and parole.