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Arrests made after break-ins

W. Curt Vincent Editor

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ELIZABETHTOWN — Bladen County Sheriff’s Office deputies made three arrests recently in connection with a pair of break-ins in the county.


According to Chief Deputy Rodney Hester, the first break-in took place on Oct. 8 at about 1 p.m. on N.C. 131 South near Tar Heel.


“A neighbor called 9-1-1 concerning a suspicious person around the residence,” Hester said. “(Along with some jewelry) there was a rifle taken (but) it was recovered from the woods line near the residence.”


The investigation showed that Megan Haynes, 25, of Clarkton dropped off Jonathon Andrews, 25, of Bladenboro near the residence and knew that he was breaking into the residence.


Haynes and Andrews were both arrested Oct. 22 without incidence.


Andrews was charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen property and injury to real property. He remains in the Bladen County Jail under a $50,000 secured bond.


Haynes was charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and possession of stolen property. She remains in the Bladen County Jail under a $250,000 secured bond.


According to Hester, the second break-in took place Nov. 15 at a residence on Center Road in Bladenboro, where a television was reported taken.


Arrested for that break-in was Brett Godwin, 27, of Evergreen when the vehicle he was driving was stopped by deputies near Bladen Community College shortly after the incident.


Godwin was charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and possession of stolen property. He remains in the Bladen County Jail under a $7,500 secured bond.

 

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