Mount Olive women accused of breaking and entering, larceny
Posted October 26, 2009 2:37 p.m. EDT
Updated October 26, 2009 2:42 p.m. EDT
Mount Olive, N.C. — Two Mount Olive women face charges of breaking and entering a motor vehicle and stealing credit cards.
Jenny Lynn Cox, 17, and Pamela Nicole Bradley, 19, both of 546 Baker Chapel Church Road, are also charged with obtaining property by false pretense, according to the Wayne County sheriff’s office.
The arrests stem from a vehicle break-in at the Dudley Volunteer Fire Department on Oct. 17. Two credit cards were reported stolen. An investigation revealed the credit cards were used within 30 minutes of the incident.
Each of the women was being held under $3,000 bonds at the Wayne County jail.