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Ayden man charged with safe cracking

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SNOW HILL, N.C. - An Ayden man has been arrested on charges of breaking and entering and safe cracking.

On June 19, 2013 around 6:00 pm, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a Breaking and Entering and Larceny at a home on Spring Creek Road in Aurora.. Deputies responded to the residence, collected information and began an investigation. Firearms, electronics, and ATV’s were reported stolen from the property.

As a result of information and evidence gathered during the investigation, a warrant was issued charging Scottey Wright, 25, of Old Snow Hill Road in Ayden with Breaking and Entering, Larceny After Breaking and Entering, Larceny of a Firearm and Safe Cracking.

Wright was arrested in Aurora on September 3. Wright was held on a $25,000 secured bond. One of the stolen ATV’s was recovered from a wooded area off Bonnerton Road in Edward, NC.
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