Saturday 17 Aug 2019


Suspect Accused Of Breaking Into Vehicles, Bakery Store

A suspect is arrested for a break-in at the local bread company. On June 7th, the Goldsboro Police Department responded to the Franklin Bakery Thrift Store on the 600 block of N. Virginia Street for the reported breaking and entering.  Multiple vehicles parked next to the building had also been entered with items removed from them.  The investigation led to warrants being secured on 23-year-old Kalob L. Barrett of Goldsboro and a juvenile suspect.  Barrett was arrested by the Goldsboro P.D. on Thursday for unrelated charges, and he was served with the outstanding warrants for this case while in jail.  Charges against the juvenile suspect are pending.

Kalob Lee Barrett
CHARGES:
1 Count of Felonious Breaking and Entering,
2 Counts of Felonious Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicles,
2 Counts of Felonious Larceny after Breaking and Entering,
2 Counts of Felonious Possession of Stolen Property,
BOND:
$10,000 secured

5 Comments

  1. Kama says:

    Needed bread? He should consider creating his own “Michael Jackson Tribute’ professional act and become a bit more wealthey and famous other than appearing in public like he has been accused of..

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  2. Nedard flanders says:

    Breaking into a bakery is not how you get bread. Someone should go back to school and learn about figurative language.

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  3. doubtful says:

    How do you KNOW Kalob guilty?

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