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Two arrested in connection to multiple larcenies

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CHOCOWINITY, N.C. -

Two men have been arrested in connection to multiple breaking and entering in Beaufort County.

Between June 8, 2013 and June 23, 2013, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received reports of breaking and enterings and/or larcenies from locations on East Barr Road in Chocowinity, Highway 17 North in Washington, and Slatestone Road in Washington. Multiple items were reported stolen including a utility trailer, a car trailer, a generator, chainsaws, a pressure washer, and numerous hand tools. Most of the items where stolen from yards or outbuildings located on the properties.

Following an investigation, warrants were issued charging Mark Shane Tripp, 37, of Chapel Branch Road in Chocowinity and Charles Patrick Craddock, 42, of Dymond City Road in Jamesville with two counts each of Breaking and or Entering, two counts each of Larceny After Breaking and or Entering, two counts of Felony Possession of Stolen Property, Felony Larceny, and Misdemeanor Possession of Stolen Property.

On July 26th, Craddock was arrested by the Martin County Sheriff's Office at his residence. Craddock was transported to the Magistrate's Office in Martin County and held on a $3,500 bond. Beaufort County Deputies arrested Tripp on August 13th at his residence. Tripp was transported to the Magistrate's Office in Beaufort County and held on a $15,000 bond.

Several of the stolen items were recovered at a residence on Ballard Road in Williamston. Additional charges related to these cases are expected in Martin County.

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