Four Teenagers Charged in Break-In, Larceny
Four teenagers have been arrested in connection with a break-in and larceny that occurred March 30 in the Carthage area.
On Monday, investigators with the Moore County Sheriff's Office arrested Amber Rose Edmisten, 17, and Danielle Coeli King, 18, both of 251 Addor Road, Aberdeen, and Chaquwann Carvelle Stubbs, 18, 305 John McQueen Road, Aberdeen, in connection with the breaking or entering and larceny, according to a press release. On Tuesday, investigators also arrested Cody Seth Travis, 17 years old, 145 Pine Lane, Southern Pines, in connection with the case.
During the break-in of the Carthage residence, firearms, electronic equipment and jewelry were taken, according to the release. Investigators, with assistance from witnesses and citizens, were able to recover all of the stolen firearms and most of the additional stolen property, according to the release.
All four were charged with one count of felony breaking or entering, felony larceny, and felony possession of stolen goods, according to the release. Edmisten bail was $75,000. King and Stubbs were each jailed, with bail set at $50,000., while Travis was jailed, with a bail of $60,000.
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