A Benson man was jailed Friday on three felonies, all connected to a complaint leveled by an employee whose surveillance camera pegged him as a suspect.
Johnny Ray Brockington of 606 East Marion Ave., Benson, is facing felony burglary, felony larceny and felony possession of stolen property charges. In addition, he faces misdemeanor charges of larceny and possession of stolen goods.
He was jailed under a $35,000 bond and a May 10 court date was set.
According to Cpl. Marcus Smith with the Sampson County Sheriff’s Dept., Brockington was taken into custody after officers were called to Green Path Road last week in reference to a larceny of money.
The complainant told officers they had a worker, later identified as Brockington, on surveillance camera stealing money from inside their residence at night.
As a result, warrants were taken out against Brockington and he was taken into custody at his Benson residence later Friday.