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Two men arrested for stealing ATV’s

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CHOCOWINITY, N.C. -

Two men are under arrest after breaking into a North Carolina State University Lab site in Aurora and a business 

On March 22, 2013 around 1:00 pm the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of Breaking and Entering and Larceny at the NCSU Lab site on Hickory Point Road in Aurora. Then, on April 12, 2013 the Sheriff's Office received a report of a break in at a business on Spring Creek Road in Aurora. In both cases, Honda ATV's were taken from the properties.

As a result of an investigation deputies arrested Matthew Harry Tharp, 25, of Chocowinity and William Jeffery Culver, 25, of Greenville with two counts each of felony breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering.

Culver and Tharp were both released under $10,000 unsecured bonds. One of the ATV's was recovered in Kinston and returned to the owner.

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