Wednesday 16 Oct 2019

Suspect Allegedly Sells Stolen Items At Local Pawn Shops

A suspect is busted for a Lenoir County B&E after allegedly selling the stolen items in Goldsboro. On June 19th, the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office notified the Goldsboro Police Department of a case of obtaining property by false pretense that occurred between March and June. A breaking and entering and larceny had occurred in Lenoir County, and property from that larceny was sold at the Trade-It and Quality Jewelry and Pawn in Goldsboro. On July 1st, a suspect was developed, and warrants were secured on 31-year-old William B. Stroud of Kinston for six counts of Obtaining Property by False Pretense and six counts of Possession of Stolen Goods. Stroud was arrested by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office last week Wednesday. He was given a $35,000 secured bond.

William Brandon Stroud

One Comment

  1. kialboots says:

    You can’t fix unintelligent (stupid)..


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