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Two Seperate Burglary Suspects Caught Red Handed By Homeowner, Arrested

ASHEBORO N.C. – Two separate homeowners caught burglary suspects red handed before they tried to flee and were arrested by police.

On April 18, 2022, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to McNeal St, in Asheboro for a report of a burglary in progress. Deputies say when they arrived the victim reported they arrived home to find a female inside the master bedroom of the home. The female suspect, whom the Sheriff’s Office identified as Traci Underwood Andrews, reportedly jumped from the bedroom window and fled on foot to a
black truck and tried to drive off through the yard but wrecked in a ditch on McMasters St. Police say they located the vehicle with Andrews still sitting inside. During the investigation at the residence, several bags containing the victim’s personal belongings were located throughout the residence.

Deputies were able to obtain warrants for Andrews on multiple charges. On April 22, 2022, Andrews was located, arrested and transported to the Randolph County Detention Center where she was served her outstanding warrants. She was issued a $15,000 secured bond and a first appearance was set for April 25, 2022, in Randolph County District Court.

Traci Underwood Andrews

Traci Underwood Andrews

  • Felony 2nd Degree Burglary
  • Felony Attempted Larceny
  • Felony Possession of Schedule II
  • Misdemeanor Injury to Personal Property
  • Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Misdemeanor Simple Possession of Schedule IV
  • Misdemeanor Simple Possession of Schedule II

$15,000 secured bond

On April 24, 2022, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to Andrew Hunter Rd, in Franklinville, also for a breaking & entering in progress. The victim reported arriving home to find a white male and female in the front yard carrying tools from inside of his house. According to a press release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, when the subjects saw the homeowner, they dropped some of the items and ran into the woods. Deputies located the male, whom they identified as Joshua Adam Spivey, as well as additional items from the home in the wooded area. They were unable to locate the female.

Spivey was arrested and transported to the Randolph County Jail where the magistrate found probable cause for Felony Breaking & Entering and Felony Larceny. He was issued a $5,000 secured bond and a first appearance was set for April 25, 2022, in Randolph County District Court. At this time, the female has not been identified.

Joshua Adam Spivey

Joshua Adam Spivey

  • Felony Breaking
  • Entering and Felony Larceny

$5,000 secured bond