Davis and Mitchell were arrested last week in connection with a series of break-ins across Lumberton, including as many as 50 in the Tanglewood community.
Tuesday's charges came from the Aug. 17 break-in at the West 22nd Street home of Helen Taylor. Police accuse Mitchell and Davis, a convicted murderer, of breaking into Taylor's home about 3 a.m. as she slept.
"She heard a noise and she got up to find out what was going on and she yelled out 'what do you want,'" police Detective Kim Grant said. "Nothing was stolen. Craig (Davis) told me he saw her and ran away from the house."
Both men were apprehended Thursday at Davis' 307 Bullard Ave. home, from which police seized two truck loads of stolen property.
Police added Tuesday's burglary charge to Davis' charges of felony breaking and entering, larceny and possession of stolen goods that were made last week. The 28-year-old was jailed under a $50,000 bond.
Mitchell, 27, of 103 Apt. 96, McKenzie St., Fairmont, was charged Tuesday with seven felony counts of breaking and entering and seven felony counts of larceny. Mitchell was also jailed under a $50,000 bond.
Police say more charges will come as they sift through the stolen property that includes televisions, DVD players, VCRs, computers, digital cameras, power tools, watches, jewelry and collectable dolls.
Davis' girlfriend, Carla McNeill, was taken into custody on Thursday but has not been arrested. Police say they are holding her on other outstanding warrants.
The Department of Social Services took McNeill's two young children into custody.