On July 18, 2022, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to Caraway Mtn. Rd., Asheboro, in reference to a larceny of a two motor vehicles and equipment. On July 21, 2022, the Sheriff’s Office received a tip on the location of one of the vehicles, a dump truck. They also collected evidence regarding who had possession of the other vehicle, a box truck. On July 22, 2022, the box truck and equipment were located. All were returned to the owner. The information was turned over to the Randolph County Criminal Investigations Division for further investigation.
Following their investigation, charges were sought on Philip Daniel Boroughs for two counts felony larceny of motor vehicle, felony possession of stolen property, and misdemeanor injury to real property and the magistrate found probable cause to issue the warrants.
On July 26, 2022, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a vehicle being stolen on July 24, 2022, from an area used car lot and was recovered by Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. Following an investigation by the Urban Interdiction Team, charges were sought for Boroughs for Felony Larceny of a Motor Vehicle and the magistrate found probable cause to issue the warrant.
On August 11, 2022, the Criminal Apprehension Team received information that Boroughs was at a residence on Old Lexington Rd. and in possession of a silver in color Kia passenger car stolen out of Guilford County. Upon arrival, the reported vehicle was observed backed in the driveway. Contact was made with the homeowner who confirmed that Boroughs was in fact inside the residence and was hiding inside of the attic. Further investigation concluded that a firearm was in the vehicle at the time it was stolen. Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team responded due to the suspect hiding in the attic, not complying with commands and possibly being armed. Boroughs was forced out of the attic and taken into custody. He was transported to the Randolph County Detention Center where the magistrate found probable cause for the charge of Misdemeanor Resist, Obstruct, and Delay. He was served the outstanding warrants out of Randolph County and the outstanding warrant for Felony Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle out of Davidson County. The magistrate issued a $128,150 secure bond and a first appearance was set for August 12, 2022, in Randolph County District Court.
Name of Defendant:
Philip Daniel Boroughs