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Chatham deputies arrest breaking and entering suspect

Posted Friday, March 26, 2004

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After four days of surveillance, deputies arrested Christopher Douglas McGhee, 40, white male, of 144 Pumphouse Loop, Chapel Hill on the property of North Chatham Elementary School in northern Chatham County. Investigators have been investigating a rash of burglaries to the school over the past several weeks and felt they found a pattern that the suspect was using.

McGhee was arrested early Saturday morning after a surveillance team of four officers found McGhee on the premises about to break into one of the classrooms. Detectives were called in and interrogated the suspect and cleared other cases. McGhee was charged with Felony Breaking and Entering to North Chatham School, Breaking and Entering a Coin Operating Machine, Felony Breaking, Entering and Larceny of the Concession Stands, Breaking and Entering to Barnes Towing Company, Breaking and Entering a residence on Lystra Road and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was jailed under a $5,000 secured bond.

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