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2 brothers arrested for breaking and entering

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HAVELOCK, N.C. - Police say they arrested two brothers in a breaking and entering Monday.

It happened at a home on Twinwood Drive in Havelock.

36-year-old Snyder Baez was arrested after he was caught in the act inside the home. He's been charged with Breaking and Entering (Felony), Conspiracy to Break and Enter (Felony), and Possession of Burglary Tools.  He's in the Craven County Jail under a $50,000 secured bond.

38-year-old Bruce Baez,was also arrested while on the property of the home.  He's been charged with Conspiracy to Break and Enter (Felony) and Break and Enter (Aid/Abet-Felony).  He's also in the Craven County Jail under a $30,000 secured bond.

Both are scheduled for first appearances on Tuesday.
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