Wednesday 24 Apr 2019

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Suspect Caught With Stolen Vehicle In Goldsboro

Bond is set at $17,000 for a suspect allegedly caught driving a stolen vehicle in Goldsboro. On Thursday, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department pulled over a vehicle that was reported stolen out of Johnston County.  The driver, 26-year-old Kelsey J. Hood of Goldsboro, was arrested on warrants out of Johnston County for felony charges of Larceny of a Motor Vehicle, Larceny of a Dog, and two counts of Misdemeanor Larceny.  Hood was also charged by Goldsboro Police with Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Goods, and Possession of Heroin.

Kelsey Jana Hood

16 Comments

  1. Anothermotherofanaddict says:

    Too bad she didn’t get caught in Johnston Co. They would have her case tried and sentenced within a year. Unfortunately, her case here in Wayne county will drag on for several years, while she’s out continuing to steal. Our court system needs some improvement especially compared to other counties.

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  2. Slim says:

    Yeah momo everybody that do wrong not a bad person an could use some help” but when you got PERFECT people that never did anything but put other’s down have no idea when a Lot of times all a person need is another person that cares any help them . I do those things an help ALOT of people that want another chance in life. I try to do that . these ones that criticize these people is the ones that watch people in there neighborhood get broke into an don’t say jack. Help the ones that want it guys.

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    • Adamrothman says:

      You should teach creative writing to the less fortunate.

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    • Giving people a second chance is great but so many of the people that we see on this site have had their second chances. In some cases they’ve had their third or fourth chance, yet they continue to be a danger to our society. The courts often offer them help but they continue to commit their crimes. Look at that 17-year old who, a few weeks ago was charged with armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. They’d arrested him for manslaughter last November, he got out and he was right back to doing what he does best. How would you feel if either of his victims had been your child or grandchild?

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  3. Slim says:

    Wow. I’m glad I ain’t made a mistake in life and had to ask some of you guys for forgiveness. And give me another chance to get my life right . like you never did something wrong an was sorry for.

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  4. #momofanaddict says:

    I agree that as a community we need to have more recovery programs in WAyne county, however she has to want help, and want to fight against the disease. Until she does, she is a menace to society.

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  5. betablocker says:

    smile for the camera!

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  6. Kathy says:

    I swear she doesn’t fit the profile of a car thief. If she is truly guilty, instead of condemnation, let’s get this young lady some help so that she can continue to be the fine American taxpaying citizen that she is. If she’s on drugs, let’s not call her a junkie, but an individual with a disease. Such a bright shining light for the future, if we as citizens pool every resource we have and help her.

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    • Retail Worker says:

      How about we call her a “thief” and a “junkie” which is what she is. You would feel differently Kathy if it was your property she took! Guarantee this will not be last time we see her! Each time looking older from drugs! I speak from experience. Lost my nephew last year to drugs. He was a “junkie” and a “thief” who would steal from anyone ( including pain meds from his terminally ill mother). I certainly wouldn’t consider her a fine American taxpayer! Just someone who stills from those who are!

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    • Dadis_ravioli says:

      A junkie is nothing else than a junkie

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    • Adamrothman says:

      She should have stolen calculators from a school, then you wouldn’t comment.

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    • ???? says:

      I know you’re trying to be funny and/or sarcastic but that’s exactly what will happen if she goes to court in front of our local (should have been a social worker) Superior Court Judge.

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    • Zeke says:

      It’s not a disease. It’s self inflicted. A disease is contagious. Being a junky and a thief is not contagious.

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    • Billy Ray says:

      The only thing she stoled was my heart

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  7. Billy Ray says:

    You’re a flower, you are

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