Monday 18 Jun 2018


Fayetteville Man Arrested in Jail for Goldsboro Crime

A Fayetteville man has been arrested in jail in connection with a breaking and entering and larceny at a home on Yearling Drive in Goldsboro on August 24, 2016.

Sammy Edward Floyd, Jr., 59, was in the Cumberland County Detention Center where he was already facing charges of breaking and entering, larceny and possession of stolen goods.

Wayne County Detective Sgt. Larry Mitchell has secured warrants on Floyd and forwarded them to Cumberland County to be served on Floyd.


  1. ElChapo says:

    He best stay keep his thieving hands out my neighborhood

  2. kelly tom says:

    look him up on department of correction offender search and do not let him do any work for you you will regret it later as i did

  3. Kelly tom says:

    Has done 20 years of his life time for b & e habitual felon and still stealing never learn ,last jail team was 2002 _2014 and charged 4 times scene then put him in jail for life the public deserves better

  4. Kelly tom says:

    Me and a friend of mine was talking about him the other day he done some painting for me 18 years ago and came back 5 months later and stole a pressure washer from me he’s a thief and always will be don’t let him paint for you


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