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Arrests made in Hubert theft ring

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Five men have been arrested and charged in connection with a theft ring in Hubert.

Detectives with the Onslow County Sheriff’s department arrested Justin W. Fedishin, Tanner S. Right, Michael King, Sean M. Jones, and Willie Ware.  All arrests were made without incident and all arrestees were incarcerated in the Onslow County Detention Center.

According to the detective’s reports, there were several home invasions in Hubert over the Christmas Holidays.  On December 20, 2013, a woman reported that her residence on Englewood Drive, Hubert, was broken into and several items were stolen.  Some of the stolen items included an XBOX 360 Game System, a safe, a lock box, assorted jewelry, a 32” flat screen television, assorted vehicle keys, rare coins, and three guns.

On December 24, 2013, more victims reported that their homes were invaded.  All those Victims reside at 221 Riggs Road, Hubert, North Carolina, which is a Mobile Home Park.  The Victims have different Lot Numbers. Some of the items stolen included jewelry, jewelry boxes, televisions, guitars, and over 30 wrapped Christmas gifts.

The detectives, with the assistance of other investigators, over the next two weeks developed suspect’s names as well as recovered stolen property.  Interviews with each suspect produced additional information which also lead to other suspects being named and more evidence being recovered.  Search Warrants were obtained and executed that also lead to additional names and the recovery of more evidence.


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