Final suspect caught
JACKSON – The third of three suspects wanted for a pair of breaking-and-entering cases in Conway and Murfreesboro on Nov. 5 and 10 has been arrested, reported Captain M.D. DeLoatch Sr. of the Northampton County Sheriff’s Department.
Derryel Bell of Woodland was arrested Friday during a traffic stop on Hwy. 35. He faces eight charges, including two counts of felonious B&E, possession of stolen goods, and felony larceny. He was placed in the county jail under a secured bond of $32,000. His first court appearance is scheduled for Thursday.
The other two suspects had previously been arrested.
Parker Godwin Britt of Conway was charged with two counts each of breaking and entering, felony possession of stolen goods, and felony larceny. He was placed in the Northampton County Detention Center with a $ 38,500 secured bond and made his first court appearance on Nov. 12.
Kwame Harris of Woodland was charged with one count each of felony breaking and entering, felony possession of stolen goods, and felony larceny. He was placed in the Northampton County Detention Center with a $30,500 secured bond and also appeared in court on Nov. 12.
Capt. DeLoatch said a break in the case came when Britt attempted to pawn one of three weapons in Greenville that were stolen during the break-ins.
Capt. DeLoatch said, “I would like to thank Detective Sgt. Jenkins and Deputy J. Britt and other members of the Sheriff’s Office for their diligent effort in solving these cases.
Sheriff Jack Smith said, “I also would like to thank the Murfreesboro Police Department, the Chowan University Police, Conway Police, Garysburg Police, Ahoskie Police, and Northampton County EMS stations #7 and #4 for their assistance.”