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Teen couple arrested on multiple burglaries

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WILMINGTON, N.C. - A teen couple has been arrested for multiple burglaries.

Jacob Arthur and his girlfriend Nicole Thoos, both 17, were arrested on December 10 for three stolen vehicles and a string of other recent crimes.
Deputies say around 5 a.m. on December 10, a man woke up to find someone in his Monkey Junction bedroom. He told deputies the suspect told him, “"Don't move, or I'll kill you." After determining the suspect didn’t have a gun, the victim fought back, ripping off enough of the suspect’s clothes to make him identifiable. He was found a couple of streets away. Deputies also found the vehicle Arthur was driving, which was stolen, with multiple stolen items inside.

The two of them were charged with 1st Degree Burglary, Common Law Robbery, and Felony Conspiracy among other charges.
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