Friday 18 Oct 2019


GPD: Suspect Sold Stolen Items In Goldsboro

A suspect is charged for selling stolen items at a Goldsboro pawn shop. On July 30th, the Duplin County Sheriff’s office notified the Goldsboro Police Department of a breaking and entering and larceny that had occurred on Deer Hound Road in Kenansville.  Property from that incident was sold at a pawn shop in Goldsboro.  35-year-old Lindsay D. Goff of Fremont was developed as a suspect during the investigation.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Goff in Eureka last week.  Goff is charged with Obtaining Property by False Pretense and Possession of Stolen Goods.  She was given a $5,000 secure bond.

Lindsay Danielle Goff

5 Comments

  1. Kathy says:

    She is SOOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL!! Looks like Christy Brinkley.

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  2. mommy says:

    This woman needs help. She has 2 little toddlers and a good husband and takes their love for granted because she continues over and over to choose drugs over them. Mickey you need to move on and stop enabling her. That may be the only thing that pushes her to get clean an save her life .

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  3. bigbob says:

    Guess you mean there is always hope.
    If you are on the right side of the dirt.
    This lady only being 35 years old sits real still someone my go by and throw dirt on her. What a waste of life. Wayne County needs a work farm sun up till sun down they will stop stealing or move out the county.

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  4. Ugh says:

    OMG! 35??? Lord please help this girl get clean before it’s too late for her!!!

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