Law enforcement officers say they have solved a break-in committed last week after arresting the victim’s daughter and a male acquaintance.
On December 5th, Johnston County deputies received a report of a residential break-in on Eason Circle near Selma. Multiple items were taken from the residence including the victim’s jewelry, handguns, and a checkbook.
This week, sheriff’s detectives arrested the victim’s daughter, Lindsay Nicole Robinson, 33, of Selma and an acquaintance, Matthew Nader Rabil, 28, of Wilson. Both were charged with breaking and entering, larceny, conspiracy, and larceny of a firearm. Ms. Robinson was also served with a warrant for possession of a firearm by a felon.
Robinson and Rabil were confined in the Johnston County Jail under a $75,000 bond. Some of the stolen items were recovered from a Wilson County pawn shop.