At approximately 1337 hours this afternoon, Fayetteville Police responded to Palm Circle in reference to a breaking and entering of a residence at 5416 Palm Circle. A citizen had called 911 after observing three male subjects breaking into her neighbor’s home. The citizen was able to obtain a description of all three subjects as well as record their license plate number and a vehicle description. Due to the detailed description given, an alert was put out to all officers at which time a detective traveling inbound on Raeford Road observed the suspect vehicle and along with the assistance of officers, conducted a traffic stop on Roxie Avenue near Village Drive. All three suspects were taken into custody and are currently being interviewed. The suspects have been identified as Tony Burden, b/m, 1/14/85, Marshall Parks, b/m, 7/21/89 and Timothy Parks, b/m, 6/20/90. Photographs of Marshall Parks and Timothy Parks are attached to this release. Updated photographs with specific charges will be released as soon as they become available. This incident is a perfect example of the community working with local law enforcement and citizens taking ownership in their communities. The police department encourages all citizens to contact 911 when they notice suspicious activity or unusual vehicles in their neighborhoods. Callers may always choose to remain anonymous when calling 911.
Marshall Parks Timothy Parks