Friday 24 Nov 2017

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WCSO Announces B&E Arrest

Authorities make an arrest in a string of B&E’s. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office announces 19-year old Andruw N. Rollins has been arrested as a result of an investigation into break-ins at barns, garages and cars off U.S. 70 West.  Those break-ins were reported in late April and more arrests may be pending in this case.  Rollins faces counts of Felony Breaking and Entering and Larceny, Felony Breaking and Entering a Car, and Possession of Stolen Goods.  His bond has been set at $20,000.

Andruw Nelson Rollins

4 Comments

  1. kelly tom says:

    you believe he was set up ?? you said he will give you the shirt off his back ( but you left a part out where he will steel the shirt off your back ) he confessed to officers about his part in these crimes

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  2. I bet his parents are proud says:

    N Rollins – we don’t believe anything you said. When you hang around with dogs you get fleas. A man is known by the company he keeps.

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  3. N Rollins says:

    I don’t normally say this but I’m saying it now because I believe without a doubt Andruw is innocent and that someone is trying to get him in trouble!! He has always been a very nice young man, smart and would give you the shirt off his back. His family is very nice and they all work hard and love him, I hope I don’t hear of anyone bashing them. Instead pray that they catch the real criminal because I don’t for one second believe Andruw did this!!! No way no how!!!!

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