The Wilson Times
Facebook
Twitter
subscribe now
[ Sign In ]  [ Register ]
 Text Size   •  Email  •  Printer Friendly
Bookmark and Share
Man charged in firehouse break-in, theft
Click image to enlarge

Man charged in firehouse break-in, theft




GOLDSBORO — Sheriff’s deputies have charged a Wayne County man with breaking into a firehouse and stealing goods inside.

Michael Jerome Jarman Jr., 29, of 253 Grantham School Road outside Goldsboro, was arrested Monday. Deputies say Jarman broke into the Grantham Volunteer Fire Department on Sept. 29.

Jarman sold the goods he stole from the firehouse, Maj. Tom Effler of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office said, and the buyer returned the stolen goods to deputies investigating the theft.

Founded in 1959, the 36-member Grantham Volunteer Fire Department serves the Grantham community in southwestern Wayne County. The firehouse is located at 3430 U.S. 13 South outside Goldsboro.

Deputies charged Jarman with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods. He was booked into the Wayne County Jail under a $4,000 secured bond.

 
Add Comment:Show/Hide(All comments must be approved)
View Comments:Show/Hide(1 comments)
Chief70 said...

Boy It seems The bond would have been higher than $4000.00 Secured.Some folks will steal from anybody.Maybe this guy will never need the services of the fire dept at his house.

Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 7:33 AM
Most Popular From the past 7 days
Most Viewed Most Commented Most Emailed
Fike student turning heads
County fires persist: One so severe investigators say cause unknown; second fire at Lucama site
2 face charges; kilo of cocaine seized
Troopers: Child struck, killed crossing street
2 charged after elderly woman robbed in Nash County
Proposed Walmart is not progress
County fires persist: One so severe investigators say cause unknown; second fire at Lucama site
MAN PLEADS IN HIT AND RUN
WRECKS SPARK CONCERN
Resident weighs in on issues
Living and working with MS: City engineer adapts to keep up the pace
Fike student turning heads
Evans-Brown
City seeks to rewrite public records law
Ladybirds bow at Rocky Mount 3-0
News  |  Sports  |  Life  |  Opinion  |  Obituaries  |  Photos  |  Videos  |  Contact  |  Classifieds  |  Special Sections  |  Public Notices  |  Advertise
Powered by Google
Advanced Search