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Rockingham Police charge 2 in Browder Park break-in

ROCKINGHAM — A man and woman are facing criminal charges after allegedly being caught breaking into a local gym.

According to the Rockingham Police Department, officers were dispatched to the Browder Park Gymnasium early the morning of Aug. 29 following an alarm activation.

When the officers arrived, they reportedly saw a broken window at the back of the building and caught 40-year-old Todd Michael Radomsky and 22-year-old Amber Ray Trabert.

Police say all items taken from the building were found near the scene.

The two were arrested and each charged with two felony counts each of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and conspiracy to commit felony larceny.

Both Radomsky and Trabert were booked into the Richmond County Jail and on Tuesday were still being held, each on a $20,000 secured bond. They are scheduled to appear in court Sept. 15.


Police say Radomsky is from California and Trabert is from Baltimore, Maryland, and that they have recently been staying in East Rockingham.

North Carolina records show neither has any other pending charges or previous convictions in the state.

Maryland court records show Radomsky was convicted of attempted burglary in Baltimore County in 2018. He previously received probation before judgment on a 2006 misdemeanor theft charge, and in 2002 for a paraphernalia possession charge.

All defendants facing criminal charges are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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