Man suspected of pawning items from three larcenies arrested

FRANKLINVILLE — A person linked to a number of larcenies was arrested Friday after stolen objects had been discovered at native pawn retailers.

In keeping with a press launch, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Workplace responded to a larceny of a string trimmer from a constructing on Walker Retailer Street in Franklinville on Might 14.

Throughout an investigation of the incident, the stolen string trimmer was situated at a pawn store. Deputies realized that the merchandise was bought to the store by James William Henry, 43, of 3569 Walker Retailer Street, Franklinville.

A warrant was issued for Henry’s arrest.

On Might 25, deputies responded to Windfall Church Street in reference to a larceny that happened between Might 18 and Might 25.

The sufferer reported a chainsaw was stolen and supplied the mannequin and serial quantity.

Additionally on Might 25, deputies responded to a different larceny on N.C. Freeway 22 N., Climax. The sufferer said noticed was positioned in an outbuilding days earlier than was now lacking.

Deputies realized that the objects from Windfall Church Street and N.C. Freeway 22 N. had been pawned at one other native pawn store by Henry on Might 24. Extra warrants for his arrest had been issued.

On Friday, Henry was situated and was served his excellent warrants for arrest for 2 counts of felony breaking and/or getting into, three counts of felony larceny after breaking/getting into, three counts of felony possession of stolen items/property and three counts of felony acquiring property by false pretense.

Henry is being held on the Randolph County Jail underneath a $30,000 secured bond.

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