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More charges for trio accused of Sunday crime spree

Bevan (Rowan Sheriff's Office) Bevan (Rowan Sheriff's Office)
Banks (Rowan Sheriff's Office) Banks (Rowan Sheriff's Office)
Proffitt (Rowan Sheriff's Office) Proffitt (Rowan Sheriff's Office)
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

There are now more charges against a group of three people accused of creating a crime spree in Salisbury last Sunday.

Justin Ray Banks, 29, Monique Marie Bevan, 26, and Sabrina Diane Proffitt, 30, all of Salisbury, are charged with numerous offenses, including identity theft, larceny, vehicle break-in, and obtaining property by false pretense.

On Sunday a woman was walking from Casa Grande to the Hampton Inn when she her wallet was grabbed out of her hand.  The man ran off with the woman chasing him.

The man, identified by police as Banks, jumped into a green Honda.  A woman in the car, identified by police as Monique Bevan, jumped out and confronted the victim.

The victim asked a passer by to call 911.

During the same time period, numerous victims reported things stolen from their cars at locations including CiCi's Pizza, Papa John's, and Kmart.

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When police arrived they were able to arrest Banks in the Kmart parking lot, then went inside and found Bevan and Proffitt.

As Banks was being taken to the patrol car a 'large wad of money' fell from his sock, according to the police report.

When police searched the suspects and the car, they found numerous personal items that belonged to the victims.  The debit card belonging to one victim was found inside Proffitt's shorts, according to the report.

Bevan was charged with breaking into a vehicle, larceny, and financial card fraud, five counts of obtaining property by false pretense, and identity theft.  Bond was set at $5000.

Proffitt was charged with financial card fraud, five counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, and identity theft.  Bond was set at $5000.

Banks faces charges of five charges of obtaining property by false pretenses, identity theft

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