Wednesday 19 Dec 2018


Deputies Catch Up With B&E Suspects

Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputies arrest two breaking and entering suspects moments after the alleged break-in occurred. The sheriff’s office had received a call on a possible B&E in-progress at a residence on the southern end of the county.  A white Dodge Grand Caravan had reportedly pulled up to the residence and suspects were putting items into the vehicle.  The Grand Caravan was gone before deputies arrived, but they quickly located and stopped the suspect vehicle.  Two suspects in the vehicle, 31-year old Jamie Al. Williams of Goldsboro and 32-year old Patricia E. Worley of Dudley, were arrested without incident.  Both were charged with Larceny.  Williams was held on a $5,000 bond, while Worley’s bond was set at $500.

Jamie Allen Williams

Patricia Elizabeth Worley




  1. BigBob says:

    Woman bond set real low why? Bet person setting bond is a man.

  2. Anonymous says:

    $500 bond??? Do you know how many times she’s been arrested??? LOCK THEIR BUTTS UP AND DONT LET THEM OUT. I feel bad for the children they both have, story excuses for parents!!!

  3. Kialboots says:

    Another joke of a bond, and the drug problem continues.

    Can we pull some from the evidence room and let them OD and we can be done with them?

    • Norma says:

      It’s so easy for you to cast stones. You must live a perfect life. Unfortunately our liberal society has allowed this to happen. The young lady was raised right. She has unfortunately taken the wrong path. Instead of threatening her why not pray for her. And yes I consider your remarks a threat.

  4. Lil old lady says:

    Please identify the magistrate or judge in each case so we can investigate the reasons behind these ridiculously low bonds!

  5. Gail says:

    Are they sure they have the right people? Must be a mistake.

  6. hamburgers4life says:



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