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Three arrested for breaking into grocery store

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MURPHY, NC (WRCB) -- On Thursday, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office arrested 20 year-old David Cody Roberts, 20 year-old Charlene Farver, and 22 year-old Mckenzie Brook Worthy all of Murphy North Carolina on charges of Injury to Real Property, Breaking and/or Entering, Break into Coin/Currency Machine, Felony Larceny, and Larceny of a Firearm.

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division was investigating a report of a breaking and entering at Graves Grocery located on Joe Brown Highway which had been reported on September 30th, 2012.

In that report among the items reported to have been taken was a .22 caliber revolver. During the course of the investigation the revolver has been recovered and three of the individuals were arrested in connection to the breaking and entering.

As the investigation continues into this and other breaking and enterings, warrants have been issued for an additional individual, 25 year old Jonathan Mcdonald of Murphy North Carolina.

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 crime.tips@cherokeeconty-nc.gov.

At the time of this release, Roberts, Farver and Worthy were booked in the Cherokee County Detention Facility  an released under a $10,000.00 unsecure bond and are to appear in Cherokee County District Court later this month.

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