Friday 06 Dec 2019

Suspects Charged For Business Break-In, Theft

Wayne County authorities arrest a pair of suspects for a business burglary. According to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, 31-year-old Matthew J. Schilling of Dudley and 42-year-old James C. Thompson, Jr. of Goldsboro have been charged in relation to the March 26th break-in at a business site.  Several thousand dollars’ worth of tools were reported stolen.  The vehicle used for the crime was also reported stolen out of Duplin County.  Schilling and Thompson are charged with Felony Breaking and/or Entering, Felony Larceny after Breaking and/or Entering, and Felony Possess Stolen Motor Vehicle.  Each suspect was given a $15,000 secured bond.  The sheriff’s office reports 95% of the stolen items had been recovered through this investigation.

Mathew Joseph “Matt” Schilling

James Clinton “Clint” Thompson, Jr.


  1. Slim says:

    Lol naw Adam !. Just shows that crime not always in the hood that you criticize most the time . that’s all. Lol. I dont want nobody to hurt no one unless they in danger. Lol

    • Adamrothman says:

      You should look back on my comments. I am not critical of crime in the “hood”. I am critical of those who seek to justify crime only im certain cicumstances. You and others have plenty to say when the article is similar to this one, however when it is an assault, rape, shooting or murder, you only offer excuses. You will notice I never offer excuses. In a recent article you advised readers not to be harsh on a man that broke into a house and assaulted a child because the accused had a nice mother and he had a good job. I and others see the transparency of your motive.

  2. Slim says:

    Well well. Not in the hood this time Mr Adam lol .

  3. tinker says:

    Sure is a low bond, they must give out good info

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