Four charged in theft case


Staff Report



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Four Elkin residents have been charged following the execution of a warrant in a theft-related case, according to the Elkin Police Department.

On March 2, the Elkin Police Department executed the search warrant at 225 Pegram St. in Elkin. During the search of the residence, many stolen items were seized, along with controlled substances and drug paraphernalia, according to a release on the incident. Jonesville Police Department and Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the search.

The search warrant was the result of many months of investigation into breaking and entering of residences in the area. The property recovered helped to clear up many reported thefts, not only in Elkin, but also in Jonesville and Wilkes and Yadkin counties. Victims are being located and property is being returned to the victims.

Those charged include:

• Letonya Ann Sidden, 40, Elkin, with breaking and/or entering, larceny after break/enter and possess marijuana paraphernalia.

• Guillermo Rodriguez, 47, Elkin with possess stolen goods/property and possess marijuana paraphernalia.

• Christopher Blaine Settle, 24, Elkin with two counts of possess stolen property, three counts of larceny after break/enter, breaking and or entering, and possession of burglary tools.

• Ashley Nicole Speer, 21, Elkin with two counts of possess stolen property, breaking and/or entering, larceny after break/enter.

Investigations are still continuing and additional charges are pending. Anyone who may have been a victim and believe these individuals may have been involved are asked to contact the Elkin Police Department at 336-794-6475.

Settle
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