Man, 23, arrested after crime spree in Enola

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Davon Cason

ENOLA, Pa.–A 23-year-old man is facing numerous charges following two separate crime sprees in Enola last month.

Davon Cason, of Enola is charged with burglary, theft from vehicles, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, disorderly conduct,  unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, institutional vandalism, loitering and prowling, public drunkenness and retail theft.

The first incident happened on July 9. East Pennsboro Police responded to the 600 block of Brisbain Lane for reports of a vehicle break-in and a stolen pickup truck. Investigators also received numerous reports in the 700 block of Valley Street for vehicle break-ins that happened overnight. Additionally, authorities took reports of vandalism from Central Penn College.   Later that day police found the stolen truck a few miles away in the 200 block of South Enola Drive.

Police developed Cason as their prime suspect and arrested him. He was arraigned and later released.

Then on July 27, East Pennsboro Police received more reports of vehicle break-ins from people living on B Street near Valley Street. Authorities also received a report that the Enola Diner, located at B Street and Valley Street, had been burglarized the previous night.

After reviewing security footage–police linked Cason to the second crime spree.

His next court date is scheduled for Oct. 20.

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