Robbins Man Faces Charges in Connection with Two Break-ins
A Robbins man faces multiple felony charges in connection with two break-ins that happened in early April, according to information from the Moore County Sheriff's Office.
On April 18 Moore County Sheriff's investigators arrested Christopher John Smith, 30, of the 100 block of Sarah Road, Robbins, and charged him with four counts of felony uttering forged instruments, two counts of breaking and entering, two counts of felony larceny, and two counts of possession of stolen goods. He was given a $10,000 secured bond and placed in the Moore County Detention Center. Smith’s first court appearance is scheduled for April 26, 2012 in Moore County District Court.
The arrest stems from an investigation into two reports received on April 5 and April 9. On April 5, Shelia Moore reported that her residence had been broken into and that a safe containing a check book and other personal papers was taken. Moore advised that her bank had informed her that several checks had been cashed throughout the county
On April, 9, David Hussey reported that his residence was broken into and jewelry and a large amount of change was stolen.
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