Break and enter, grand larceny investigated
LAWRENCEVILLE – Beau Allen Wright, 27, from Gasburg is charged with the manufacture, sale, possession of a controlled substance; sale, distribute marijuana; two counts of possession of a firearm while in possession of drugs and two counts of violate condition of release on March 6.
Lieutenant Brad Evans with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office said after receiving information in reference to drug activity at a residence on Christanna Highway, Gasburg, the Narcotics Division obtained a search warrant. The Special Response Team and the Investigative Division assisted. Upon completion of the warrant Wright was taken into custody and transported to the Meherrin River Regional Jail and is being held on no bond. Investigator C. T. Sasser prepared the report.
The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information regarding a break and enter with intent to commit a felony at 1780 Old Poole Road, Alberta, on March 5.
Evans said at approximately 5:09 p.m. Deputy A. D. Peter was dispatched to the residence for a break and enter. He spoke with the complainant who is not the resident or owner about the items stolen. The complainant said she noticed the curtain on the side garage door had been moved so she opened the door and noticed it was unlocked. There was no visible signs of damage on the door. The metal latches to a four-car building had been cut where the padlocks secured the door. Items taken were: a white 18 x 8.5 Lark trailer with a Pennsylvania plate. The trailer contained a green Kawasaki 650 ATV, a red and black Yamaha Banshee 750, a blue Yamaha Banshee 750. Other items taken were a Stihl 14-inch chainsaw, 2 weed eaters, a Porter cable air compressor, and 3 red 5-gallon cans with mixed gasoline for the ATVs. The value of the items taken totaled $9,975.
If anyone has any information, call the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office at (434) 848-3133 or call Brunswick Crime Solvers at (434) 848-2336. All information will be kept anonymous and you will not be required to testify in court. You could receive a reward up to $1,000.
To read the entire article pick up the March 18, 2020 edition of the Brunswick Times-Gazette.