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Rowan County authorities arrest 2 from ‘Most Wanted’ list

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    - ROWAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
    Matthew Damion Parham
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    - ROWAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
    Aziz Alim Al Amin

Two men from the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office’s “Most Wanted” list have been arrested in the past 24 hours, officials said Friday.

Aziz Alim Rahim Al-Amin, who has been on the list since April, was arrested Thursday, the Sheriff’s Office said. He was wanted in connection with eight residential and commercial break-ins, as well as a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon.

Al-Amin was arrested at a home in Thomasville by Davidson County authorities and returned to the Rowan County Detention Center under a $100,000 secured bond, officials said.

Matthew Damion Parham, 22, was arrested early Friday on charges of failure to notify authorities about an address change by a registered sex offender and interfering with an electronic monitoring device, the Sheriff’s Office said.

In mid-July, Parham cut off his probation monitoring ankle bracelet and left his home, officials said. He is in custody at the Rowan County Detention Center under a $380,000 secured bond.

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