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Four Charged, Two Sought in Ashe B & E's PDF Print
Written by Ashe SO Press Release   
Monday, 09 January 2012 10:17

Four suspects are in custody, two still sought in a string of break-ins that occurred in the Chestnut Hill, Fleetwood, Lansing, and Glendale Springs areas over the last several months.  Sheriff James Williams said the suspects so far arrested are either in the Ashe County Detention Center or out on bond. Crimes and corresponding arrests include:
On November 3, 2011 at approximately 6:30 pm a residence belonging to Joel Parlier and a camper belonging to Terry Monroe located at 2157 Mouth of Silas Creek Road was broken into and items stolen in the amount of approximately $6135.58.  In connection with this case the following people was charged:
Scott Ashley Stout: Three counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering; two counts of Breaking and Entering; one count of Second Degree Burglary
Amy Melissa Wilcox:  Two counts of Felony Aid and Abet Breaking and Entering and two counts of Aid and Abet Larceny
Edward Charles Baker: One count of Felony Breaking and Entering; two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering; three counts of Injury to personal property, and one count of Second Degree Burglary. (Barker is being sought on these warrants for arrest)
On December 5, 2011 at approximately 10:00 am Kathy Little reported that her residence located at 1524 Fred Pugh Road was broken into and items were stolen valued at approximately $1,805.91.  The following people were charged in this case:
Scott Ashley Stout: One count of Second Degree Burglary, One count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
Amy Michelle Wilcox :  One count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
On November 5, 2011 at approximately 10:30 am Debbie Morris’ house located at 392 A.K. Morris Drive, Crumpler and a storage building was broken into and property stolen  valued at approximately $10,764.00.  The following people were charged in reference to this case:
Brandy McCoy: Two counts of Felony Breaking and Entering, Two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
David Earl Hamm: Two counts of Felony Breaking and Entering, Two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering (Hamm is still being sought on these warrants for arrest)

On October 17, 2011 at approximately 1:00 pm, Alonzo Phipps reported that the Cupboard located at 640 Smithey Road was broken into and a larceny occurred resulting in stolen property valued at approximately $2950.60.  The following people were charged in reference to this case:
Scott Ashley Stout: One count of Felony Breaking and Entering and one count Of Larceny after Breaking and Entering.
Amy Michelle Wilcox: One count of Felony Aid and Abet Breaking and Entering and one count of Aid and Abet Felony Larceny.
Edward Charles Baker:   One count of Felony Breaking and Entering and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering (Baker is being sought on these warrants for arrest)
David Earl Hamm:   One count of Felony Breaking and Entering and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering (Hamm is being sought on these warrants for arrest)
On November 5, 2011 at approximately 1:00 pm a residence belonging to James Howard Taylor, located at 377 Woods on the River Lansing and a storage building belonging to Julian Bridges located at 375 Woods on the River, Lansing was broken into and items taken valued at approximately $3,017.00.  The following people were charged in reference to this case:
Jonathan Andy Boggs:  Two counts of Felony Breaking and Entering, two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering, one count of Larceny of a Firearm, and one count of Second Degree Burglary
Amy Michelle Wilcox:  Two counts of Felony Aid and Abet Breaking and Entering and two counts of Aid and Abet Felony Larceny.
Scott Ashley Stout: Two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering, one count of Larceny of a Firearm, and one count of Second Degree Burglary
Edward Charles Baker:   Two counts of Larceny after Breaking and Entering, one count of Larceny of a Firearm, and one count of Second Degree Burglary ( Barker is still being sought on these warrants for arrest)
On October 20, 2011 the Ashe County Landfill reported that a building located at 739 Fred Pugh Road, Crumpler had been broken into and items valued at approximately $7,614.05 were stolen.  The following people were charged in reference to this case:
Scott Ashley Stout: One count of Felony Breaking and Entering, one count of Breaking Entering a Motor Vehicle, and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
David Earl Hamm:  One count of Felony Breaking and Entering, one count of Breaking Entering a Motor Vehicle, and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering (Hamm is still being sought for arrest on warrants in this case)
Edward Charles Baker:  One count of felony Breaking and Entering and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering.  (Barker is still being sought for arrest on warrants in this case)
Amy Michelle Wilcox:  One count of Felony Aid and Abet and one count of Felony Aid and Abet Larceny.
On December 3, 2011 Allen Bernard Miller reported that Raccoon Hollar Campground had been broken into and items had been stolen valued at approximately $2,480.00.  The following people were charged in reference to this case:
Scott Ashley Stout:  One count of Felony Breaking and Entering and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering.
David Earl Hamm:  One count of Felony Breaking and Entering and one count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
Those defendants incarcerated are on the following bonds awaiting first appearances:
Scott Stout     $154,328.78
Brandy McCoy  $86,000.00
Andy Boggs    $75,200.00
Amy Wilcox    $ 20,000.00
Approximately 75% of stolen property has been recovered.  Sheriff Williams states that these break-ins are not a result of hard times or economy, but all are drug related.

  
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