Two teenage girls from Rockingham face felony prosecution in a neighboring county for their alleged involvement in break-ins and thefts, according to lawmen.
Moore County Sheriff Neil Godfrey reports that on Tuesday, June 4, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office was notified of and responded to a breaking and entering and also a reported larceny at the residence of Ellen Spencer, who resides in the Jackson Springs area of Moore County. Spencer reported that unknown subjects unlawfully entered her residence and stole jewelry from within.
On Wednesday, June 5, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office responded back to the residence of Ellen Spencer for another breaking and entering into the residence. Spencer advised that while she was in the residence on this date, that several subjects forced entry into the residence. An altercation occurred within the residence between Spencer and the suspects, and the suspects fled from the scene, investigators said.
On Friday, June 8, sheriff’s investigators arrested two individuals as a result of the investigation. Katelyn Dawn Mauldin, 19, of 667 Old Cheraw Hwy., Rockingham, was charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering, one count of felony larceny after break and enter, and one count of felony possession of stolen goods, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Mikayla Carlson Boone, 18, of 125 Snead Ave., Rockingham, was also charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering, one count of felony larceny after break and enter, and one count of felony possession of stolen goods, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Both subjects were confined to the Moore County Detention Center under a $100,000 secured bond pending a court appearance on June 24, 2013, in Moore County District Court. Additional arrests are pending in regards to this investigation, according to lawmen.