MURPHY, NC (WRCB) -- On Thursday, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office arrested 35 year-old Bradley Scott Muse on charges of Breaking and Entering, Larceny After Breaking and Entering and Obtaining Property By False Pretenses.
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division had been investigating several reported cases where items of expensive furniture and jewelry had been taken while the residents were away from their residences.
During the investigations information became available that indicated Muse had been at the residences just prior to the breaking and entering.
Additionally some of the items were recovered at various locations throughout Cherokee County which Muse had sold. Muse has been arrested for charges stemming from previous breaking and enterings.
As the investigation continues into this and other breaking and entering, possibly involving Muse, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is asking for anyone who may have information concerning this and any other illegal activity to call (828) 837-1344 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the time of this release, Muse was currently incarcerated in the Cherokee County Detention Facility under a $20,000.00 secure bond and is to appear in Cherokee County District Court later this month.
Tuesday, May 21 2013 5:36 PM EDT2013-05-21 21:36:31 GMT
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