Woman Charged in 2009 Break-ins
Moore County Sheriff's deputies have charged a Sanford woman in connection with two break-ins that occurred in 2009, Sheriff Lane Carter reported.
On Sept. 13 Moore County Sheriff's investigators arrested Sophia Angelica Unroe, 27, of 101 Packhouse Lane, Sanford, N.C. Unroe was charged with two counts of breaking and entering, two counts of felony larceny and two counts of possession stolen property. She was released on a $15,000 unsecured bond. Her first court appearance is scheduled for Sept. 27 in Moore County district court.
The arrest stems from an investigation into two reported larcenies that both occurred in 2009. The first was reported on June 29, 2009 by Dolores Hairr who lives in the Cameron area. The second was reported on July 9, 2009 by Michael McLean, who lives in the Carthage area.
During the investigations of the two break-ins it was determined that both break-ins were similar in how entry was gained and the items taken and the time of day the incidents occurred.
Authorities said information on both break-ins led to Brian Lee Michael and Unroe from Lee County as the two subjects that were involved with the break-ins. Before both Michael and Unroe could be arrested they fled to Georgia where they were arrested for committing a breaking and entering in Georgia.
Unroe was released from the Pulaski State Prison in Georgia in August of this year.
Michael is scheduled to be released on March 07, 2025.
Warrants are on file for Brian Lee Michael.
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