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Men accused of stealing hunting items from Expo Center

Posted March 7, 2010
Updated March 8, 2010

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— Four Wake County men are accused of breaking into the Expo Center at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh on Saturday night.

Corey Grant Eason, Danny Wade Jernigan, Brandon Lee Knott and Dylan Scott Yarbrough were charged with breaking and entering and felony larceny.

Authorities said the four men stole hunting items worth more than $4,000 from inside the center at 1025 Blue Ridge Road.

Jernigan, Knott and Yarbrough were being held Sunday in the Wake County jail under separate $5,000 bonds. Eason was out of jail after posting a $5,000 bond.

All four men were due in court Monday.
 

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  • twilson69 Mar 9, 2010

    First of all I don't know what part of this story gives off the impression that these are rich kids that are going to get off with a slap on the wrist. FYI they are not RICH kids and will most likely not get off with a slap on the wrist!!!! Stupid decisions made by kids that can't find anything else to do with their time then to find trouble. Stupid decisions that will effect the rest of their lives. Maybe we should focus on finding things for these young people to do so they won't be out getting into trouble. I happen to know one of the suspects VERY well and know that he is a good kid and has actually been involved in alot of church programs, unfortunately when they fall into the wrong crowd of kids at this age they tend to follow. Let's just hope that there is a lesson learned here and they will be able to get a second chance and have some sort of future.

  • TARHEELS83 Mar 9, 2010

    Good eggs gone bad!!

  • wildcat Mar 8, 2010

    They get away with far tooo much.

  • wildcat Mar 8, 2010

    There are problems in the caucasian community that need addressing."

    You are absolutely right on that. Thanks!

  • wildcat Mar 8, 2010

    I am so glad it was not the latter.

  • Dark_Horse Mar 8, 2010

    "Their bonds seem unusually low for a crime like this. There are problems in the caucasian community that need addressing."
    -alwayz2morrow
    What does that even mean and how does it relate to this case?

  • drh3102 Mar 8, 2010

    Do they have any guns or knifes for sale?

  • mochabrown Mar 8, 2010

    Parents will probably bribe some DA and/or Judge by donating to one of their favorite funds and they will get a slap on the wrist.

  • alwayz2morrow Mar 8, 2010

    Their bonds seem unusually low for a crime like this. There are problems in the caucasian community that need addressing.

  • LuvLivingInCary Mar 8, 2010

    bummer...was hoping for some good gossip on facebook on these guys...i guess they don't have a facebook acct. like a normal teenageer today does.

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