Crime briefs: More charges pending on man, woman
Two people have been charged in connection to a Jan. 8 breaking and entering and, as of Wednesday morning, one remained at large.
According to a press release from the Davidson County Sheriff's Office, the theft of jewelry and a digital camera had been reported stolen from Old U.S. Hwy. 52 near Midway.
On Feb. 14, deputies served warrants on William Barton Cook, 25, of 3512 Autumn Crest St., Winston-Salem, and Leah Faye Huffman, 25, of 1004 E. Devonshire St., Winston-Salem, who were incarcerated at Forsyth County Jail on smiler charges from a neighboring agency.
Huffman received a $7,500 secured bond and Cook a $25,000 secured bond with a court date of March 5.
Warrants remain outstanding on Frank Morris Huffman, the brother of Leah Huffman.
Deputies added that more charges are pending on the suspects from other agencies.
An investigation by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Breaking and Entering Task Force led to the arrest of two Lexington residents.
Deputies began a larceny investigation after a motor vehicle on Plum Orchard Road in Tyro had been reported stolen Feb. 7.
According to a press release, the motor vehicle was recovered in Tyro and a stolen financial card was used at several place in the Lexington area.
Nate Long, 17, of 1910 Greensboro St. Ext. and Olivia Long, 18, of 180 Whispering Lane, Linwood were both charged with larceny of motor vehicle, two counts of larceny of financial card, and three counts of financial card fraud. Nate Long was given a secured bond of $10,000 and Olivia Long a secured bond of $5,000. Both have a court date of March 11.
Two people face charges in connection with a Jan. 20 breaking and entering at 4321 Frye Bridge Road in Clemmons.
According to a press release, jewelry, a global positioning system, money and a television were stolen. Deputies located some of the stolen property in Winston-Salem with the assistance of the city's police department. William Cook III and Edvin Seferovic were arrested and charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering.
Cook, 25, of 3512 Autumn Crest St. received a $2,500 secure bond and Seferovic, 22, of 139 Wynbrook Court, received a $10,000 secure bond. Both have a court date of March 25.
Deputies said charges are pending on another suspect.