Husband, Wife, Teen Face Felony Charges
The arrest of a 17-year-old evolved into the arrest of a Carthage husband and wife relating to a Tuesday break-in that included cracking into a safe.
After receiving the report of a break-in at a residence near Carthage in which more than $1,100 of property was stolen, Moore County Sheriff's deputies arrested Timothy Kody Ritter, 17, of 755 Summer Hill Church Road in Carthage, on Wednesday on several felony charges, according to a press release.
On Thursday, deputies arrested Marvin Rodrick Jessee Jr., 41, and Ronda Michele Jessee, 36, both of 507 Connell Road, Carthage, on charges related to the same break-in.
Ritter was charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering, felony larceny, felony possession of stolen property, as well as charges of felony conspiracy and felony safecracking. He was released from the Moore County Detention Center under a custody release.
Both the Jessees face the following charges: two counts of felony breaking and entering, felony larceny, felony possession of stolen property, as well as charges of felony conspiracy, felony safecracking, misdemeanor child abuse and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
Marvin Rodrick Jessee's bail was set at $105,000, while Ronda Michele Jessee's bail was set at $100,000.
The release said more charges are pending in the case.
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