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Newport man charged in Morehead City car break-ins

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BEAUFORT, N.C. -

A Newport man is behind bars, charged in connection with numerous car break-ins in the Brandywine subdivision in Morehead City.

Deputies said they arrested 21-year-old Gavin Lee Everett on Tuesday after a homeowner reported his vehicles were broken into and Everett was found still hiding underneath one of them. They said they recovered stolen property from him that linked Everett to several other cars in the area.

He's charged with three counts of Breaking & Entering a Motor Vehicle, four counts of Larceny, three counts of Possession of stolen Goods, and two counts of attempted breaking and entering of a vehicle.

Everett was placed in the Carteret County Jail under a $10,000 bond.

Other cases are still under investigation and more arrests are possible.

 

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