APD nabs men wanted for two November burglaries


Police credit surveillance video with aiding the capture of two men wanted for allegedly burglarizing local businesses in separate incidents in November. 
Kenard Eugene Johnson, 45, of Prince Georges County faces charges of burglary, grand larceny and larceny with intent to sell after video cameras caught him breaking into a 2000 block Duke St. business and stealing six laptops November 4, police said.  
Authorities in Prince Georges County arrested Johnson without incident on December 10 with a warrant issued by Alexandria police. Johnson will be held in Arlington County where he faces other charges pending extradition to Alexandria, police said. 
Cameras also caught Morris Woodrow Feggins, 41, of Washington, stealing three laptops, a projection system, video game system, digital camera, web camera and an external hard drive, among other items, from a 1600 block Duke St. business between November 10 and 11, police said. 
Working in cooperation with metropolitan police, authorities later arrested Feggins in his Washington apartment. Detectives found a stash of jewelry, laptops and electronic devices in the home, police said.
Authorities hope to return the seized goods to their owners, according to Jody Donaldson, department spokesman. They believe Feggins may be behind a series of crimes in the region. 
Johnson and Feggins may face more charges before authorities wrap-up the investigations, Donaldson said.