Sheriff's Department Makes Several Arrests
The Moore County Sheriff's Department made several arrests recently, including a Robbins resident who is charged with breaking into three houses.
Man Charged With Break-Ins
A Robbins man has been arrested for breaking into two residences in the Robbins area, according to a press release from the Moore County Sheriff's Department.
Daniel Joshua Nobles, 27, of 535 Gibson Road in Robbins was charged with those two break-ins. He was arrested on Jan. 25. During the investigation, it was discovered that he allegedly broke into a residence in the Siler City area of Chatham County.
He was charged in Moore County with two counts of felony breaking or entering, felony larceny, felony possession of stolen property and misdemeanor larceny.
In the Chatham County case, he was charged with felony breaking or entering and felony larceny. He had an additional $2,500 bail for those charges.
Carthage Man Faces Obscenity Charge
A Carthage man was arrested for allegedly showing obscene material to a juvenile in the Cameron area of Moore County on Jan. 3.
Christopher Lea Kahele, 26, of 271 Shady Lane in Carthage, was arrested Jan. 23 and charged with disseminating obscenity. He was given a $1,000 unsecured bond.
Carthage Teenager Charged
A Carthage teenager was arrested Jan. 27 by Sheriff's investigators and charged with breaking into a residence in the Carthage area on Jan. 16.
Brandon Lamar Verbal, 18, of 150 Water Hills Lane in Carthage, was charged with breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods. He was released on a written promise to appear in court.
More like this story