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Two arrested after stealing ring, selling it to jewelry store

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WASHINGTON, N.C. - Two people from Washington have been arrested after deputies say they sold a stolen ring to a jewelry store.

On August 5, 2013 the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of the theft of a ring from a home on Shore Drive in Bath. Deputies collected information and began an investigation. The stolen ring was later recovered at a local jewelry store.

As a result of information and evidence gathered during the investigation warrants were issued charging Richard Eugene Brown, 39, of Randolph Road in Washington with Felony Larceny and Brandi Nicole McMillen, 39, of Randolph Road in Washington with Obtaining Property by False Pretenses.

Brown and McMillen turned themselves in at the Magistrates Office on August 30th. They were each held under $1,000 secured bonds. The ring was returned to the victim.
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