One Home Invasion Suspect Caught; Another On The Run
Published 12:00 am Thursday, April 12, 2012
By Jackie Seabolt
One of the two suspects wanted for home invasions was arrested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Department over the weekend.
Erin Lee Mabe, 30, of Baltimore Road, Advance was taken into custody early Saturday morning.
According to Chief J.D. Hartman, Mabe was located at an apartment in Clemmons around 3:30 a.m. on March 31.
Mabe and Derek Wayne Englert, 32, were wanted for robbery, kidnapping, burglary and conspiring to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with home invasions in the county.
Englert remains at large. Three others were arrested last month in connection with the crimes.
Mabe was brought to the Davie County Detention Center and, according to Hartman, while she was being processed officers found drugs hidden in her clothes.
“She had drugs hidden in her bra and she got an additional charge of possession of drug inside the detention center,” Hartman said.
Mabe remains in jail in lieu of a $235,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in Davie District Court today …