Man Charged In Rash Of Johnston, Wake County Home Burglaries

The Wake County Sheriff’s Office announced today (Tuesday) the capture of a man they believe is behind a rash of home break-ins in Wake and Johnston Counties last month.

Deputies arrested 21-year-old Iquan Louis Mosley of Raleigh today and charged him with several counts of breaking and entering into a residence, larceny after breaking and entering and obtaining property by false pretenses. There are still 50 charges pending with surrounding agencies.

It’s alleged that Mosley was responsible for breaking into homes and stealing guns, electronics, firearms, jewelry, musical instruments and money, by kicking in the front and back doors of homes. With the assistance of the Criminal Analysis Apprehension Team (CAAT), Wake Deputies were able to confirm that Mosley was the driver of the vehicle that witnesses say was used during the burglaries.

Investigators would later learn that Mosley pawned numerous items stolen from at least four residences. Those items were later retrieved by Wake County deputies, identified and returned to its rightful owners. Pawn shop employees identified Mosley as the person who pawned the stolen items.

Mosley has been booked into the Wake County Detention Center. The investigation continues.