One arrested, two sought in break-in, credit card fraud
Posted January 11, 2010
Clayton, N.C. — A woman has been arrested and two men are wanted in connection with a Nov. 29 residential break-in on Waterford Drive, Clayton police said Monday.
Police said credit cards, jewelry, an X-Box, DVDs and video games were stolen during the break-in. The stolen credit card was later used at a local store, leading to the arrest of Angela Marie Corey, 21, on Dec. 30, 2009, police said.
Corey, of 533 Country Lane, Lot 37 near Clayton, faces charges of conspiracy to obtain property by false pretense. She was placed in the Johnston County Jail under a $10,000 secured bond.
Police are searching for two other suspects: Antonio Cortez Chrisp, 20, of Rock Quarry Road in Raleigh, and Matthew Tyler Hunichen, 20, of 4084 Barber Mill Road, near Clayton. Both have outstanding warrants for felony possession of stolen goods and felony obtaining property by false pretense.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Chrisp and Hunichen should call Detective J.P. Linder with the Clayton Police Department at 919-553-4611 or Clayton Crime Stopper at 910-359-8479. A cash reward is available for information that leads to the arrest of these men, and callers to Crime Stoppers can remain confidential.