Neil Anthony Young, 35, of 42 Hunter Justin Lane, Clinton, was charged with breaking and entering; larceny after breaking and entering; and possession of stolen goods/property after being connected with the break-in of the Pit Stop, located on Garland Highway, on Nov. 23.
According to reports, the business was broke into after Young allegedly smashed out the window with a brick and took $50 from the cash register.
A day later, Young was connected to another break-in, this time at a residence on Lamb Road in Garland.
Reports indicate that after failing to gain entrance to the main residence, Young allegedly broke in to a residence’s outbuilding and the cab of a tractor trailer truck. Among items taken was the rig’s CD player.
Young was charged with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle; larceny; and possession of stolen goods/property for the Lamb Road break-in.
Young was charged on Nov. 25 and placed under two $40,000 secured bonds.
According to the North Carolina Department of Corrections, Young has a history of convictions dating back to 2004. Those convictions include, indecent exposure (July 2004); larceny and breaking and entering (April 2005); and driver’s license revoked (Dec. 2009).
To reach Doug Clark call 910-592-8137 ext. 123 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.