Wednesday 13 Dec 2017

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Arrests Made In Robbery Case

A transaction set up online goes bad, and, now, two arrests are made in the case.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has announced 25-year old Marcus Matthews McKinney Cobb and 30-year old Chester Lee McNeil, Jr. have both been charged with felony common law robbery. Cobb and McNeil allegedly stole a woman’s money March 14th when she met the two Goldsboro men at the Saulston Food Mart.  The woman had reportedly come across an item for sale on social media, and when she showed up to purchase the item, Cobb and McNeil allegedly grabbed her cash and drove off.  They were identified as suspects during the investigation.  McNeil was held on a $2,000 secured bond, while Cobb was arrested in Greenville held on a $20,000 secured bond.

Marcus Matthews McKinney Cobb

Chester Lee McNeil, Jr.

10 Comments

  1. Thugsborosux says:

    Only thing that would fix thugsboro and make Goldsboro great again would be to bulldoze all the housing projects and condemn every last rundown old house downtown. But that will never happen with all the worthless libtards running Thugsboro.

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  2. Carter says:

    SOS different day !

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  3. Kialboots says:

    Cluck,cluck,cluck said Thugsboro libtard leaders roosting chickens…

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    • Kelly tom says:

      Your thugsboro jokes are getting old .It shows your ignorance . and what are you doing to help Goldsboro ??? and if you don’t like this place then move .I will assure you that you will not be missed .your welcome

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      • Kialboots says:

        Thank you Libtard for your input..I will take it under consideration..For about a second..Nope, not leaving Thugsboro at this time..

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        • Kelly tom says:

          Just like I thought you love this place and so do I .Isn’t it a good feeling when were out of town and someone asks you were your from and we say GOLDSBORO !!!

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          • Kialboots says:

            Not even close..I say “the place with the most section 8 housing in NC and is rated in the top 5 for most dangerous cities in eastern NC”. And I also say ,I’ts only a mater of time before Seymour Johnson AFB gets fed up and packs it in”.. Ever wounder why the Air Force now allows qualified military and there dependents Conceal Carry on Base now? Not to protect themselves at work but for their protection to and from the base..Just the first step to let the Libtard city/county leadership know time is running out..

      • adam rothman says:

        What could one do to help Goldsboro? To help the over one thousanf public housung units and almost 300 section 8 vouchers in a town with only around 35000 citizens. There are strong armed robberies and shootings every week. No amount of charity, government handouts , community outreach, parks, busses or free education will fix it. Goldsboro has a negative growth rate anf the only idea for changing things is to move these husbandless ghetto thug makers tinto the county and ruin it too. Demography is destiny.

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        • Kialboots says:

          Correctamondo..Well said..

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        • kelly tom says:

          one thing would help our court system needs to stop with all the suspended sentences with repeat offenders sunday news argus was full of them not one active sentence was handed down

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