Havelock police have arrested a third suspect they believe was involved in a rash of recent home break-ins.
Nicholas Anthony Dove, 18, of Havelock, was arrested Oct. 5 at his home without incident, according to a release from the Havelock Police Department. Dove has been charged with one count of felony breaking and entering and one count of felony larceny after breaking and entering.
Dove is currently being held at the Craven County Jail under a $50,000 bond.
According to the release, police were not able to recovery any property that may have been stolen with Dove’s arrest.
Police have been investigating a series of home break-ins that occurred over the span of two months in various parts of Havelock, including Pinto Court, Lake Road, Mustang Court, John Court, Mare Court, Shepard Street, Garrett Lane and Rams Road and Slocum Village.
Also arrested last week were Brian Paul Jones, 19, of Havelock, and George Joseph Yulee, 18, of Havelock. They were taking into custody on Oct. 3.
Jones faces one count of felony conspiracy, eight counts of felony larceny and nine counts of felony breaking and entering. Yulee is charged with one count of felony conspiracy, three counts of felony larceny and three counts of felony breaking and entering.
Both Jones and Yulee were also arrested in May and charged with attempting to steal scrap metal from a Newport business.
Jones and Yulee are being held in the Craven County Jail under $100,000 bonds each.
According to the release, Havelock police are continuing to investigate. Anyone with any information on the case can call the Havelock Police Department at 447-3212. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the tip line at 463-7115 or use the website www.havelocknc.us and select police and then tip.