A Salemburg man already in jail for a July 15 larceny saw more charges heaped on him Friday evening by local law enforcement.
Terry Ray Monk, 29, of 38 Murdock Lane, Salemburg, was charged Friday with larceny of a motor vehicle and possession of a stolen vehicle in connection with an incident at the NAPA Auto in Roseboro.The suspect was placed under an additional $12,500 secured bond. His trial date is Sept. 2.
According to reports, Monk is the suspect in the theft of a pickup truck which was stolen earlier this month.
He was first arrested Friday afternoon in connection with another crime that took place on July 15. In that incident, Monk allegedly took a wallet and phone from a vehicle belonging to his 31-year-old friend, who lives in Roseboro, and made charges on his credit card.
After the month-long investigation, Monk was charged with four counts of financial card fraud; three counts of obtaining property by a false pretense; and larceny of a cell phone. He was jailed under a $20,500 secured bond. Later that same evening, the additional charges were leveled.
According to the North Carolina Department of Corrections, the suspect has a history of convictions dating back to September 1999. Those convictions include: driving while impaired, operating a vehicle without a license, speeding and having a counterfeit license (September 1999); damage to property and breaking and entering (August 2000); felony breaking and entering (May 2003); and assault inflicting serious bodily injury and common law robbery (March 2007).
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