By Nicholas Elmes - nelmes@civitasmedia.com



Mabe


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The Stokes County Sheriff’s Office has charged four suspects in a series of break-ins in the Germanton and Lawsonville communities.

On March 7, the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office charged Jessica Nicole Mabe, of 2881 Moir Farm Rd., Lawsonville, with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen property and conspiracy to break and enter. She is under a $5,000 secured

On March 14, Michael Dee McHone and Susan Denise McHone, both of 3956 Flat Shoals Rd., Germanton, were charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen property and conspiracy to break and enter. Micheal McHone is under a $20,000 secured bond and Denise McHone is under a $32,000 secured bond.

On the same day, Kenneth Paul Whitener, of 2881 Moir Farm Rd., Lawsonville, was charged with three counts of breaking and entering, three counts of larceny after breaking and entering, three counts of possession of stolen property, and conspiracy to break and enter. He is under a $40,000 secured bond.

“The breaking and entering started around the second week of February and went to mid-March ,” said Capt. T.W. Sands. “The detectives were able to obtain warrants for four suspects after a patrol deputy got some information on the breaking and entering. The deputy passed the information on to the detectives and they were able to put the pieces of the puzzle together.”

Sands said the arrests allowed the Sheriff’s Office to clear two cases of breaking and entering that occurred in Lawsonville and one in Germanton.

“The items stolen were TV’s, Xbox’s laptop computers and antique jars,” said Sands. “All the property in the breaking and entering has a value of $3,000. The detectives have recovered some of this property.”

All four suspects will be in court on April 20.

“I want the people of Stokes County to know that we work as a team and will continue to fight for our victims of this great county,” said Sheriff Mike Marshall.

Nicholas Elmes may be reached at 336-591-8191 or on Twitter @NicholasElmes.

Mabe
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Whitener
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Kenneth-Whitener.jpgWhitener

M. McHone
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Micheal-McHone.jpgM. McHone

S. McHone
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Susan-McHone.jpgS. McHone

By Nicholas Elmes

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