Series of crimes took place over the course of two months

break-in suspects

Brian Paul Jones, 19, left, and George Joseph Yulee, 18, both of Havelock, were arrested Wednesday on multiple counts of felony larceny, and felony breaking and entering.

Published: Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 17:13 PM.

Two Havelock teenagers were arrested and charged with multiple counts of felony breaking and entering, and larceny on Wednesday night.

Arrested were Brian Paul Jones, 19, and George Joseph Yulee, 18, according to a release from the Havelock Police Department. Both are being held in the Craven County Jail under $100,000 bonds.

Jones is charged with 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.

According to the release, Havelock police had been investigating multiple residential break-ins over the past two months but were able to use information provided by the public in the arrests of Jones and Yulee.

The break-ins happened during daylight hours in several locations throughout the city, said Lt. Brian Woods of the Havelock Police Department.

“Sometimes they were on foot and sometimes there were in a vehicle,” Woods said.

Locations where the break-ins occurred include Pinto Court, Lake Road, Mustang Court, John Court, Mare Court, Shepard Street, Garrett Lane and Rams Road.



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