Three charged with break-in at B&B Produce

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By Christopher Brooke, Reporter

HILLSVILLE — Carroll deputies have charged three people after an investigation of a break-in at B&B Produce in Cana, according to Sheriff Warren Manning.
Investigators studied security camera photos from the store, identifying one of the suspects, a news release says.
This led to charges of felony breaking and entering and grand larceny against Joshua Harold, 22, of Ararat; Christopher Lee King, 31, also of Ararat; and Tabitha McMillian, 33, of Westfield, N.C.
Investigator Shannon Goad identified Harold from the photos.
“While Goad and Deputy Chuck Edwards were attempting to locate the suspect, Harold was stopped by Trooper Ellison of the North Carolina Highway Patrol for driving without a license and items taken from the business were discovered in the vehicle Harold was driving,” according to new release.
Authorities obtained warrants for Harold while he was detained for being a fugitive from justice by the Surry County (N.C.) Sheriff’s Office, the news release said. Harold is being held for extradition.
The recovered property had a value of more than $1,000.
Warrants have been issued for the other suspects, who remain at large.