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Vehicle break-in spree lands two people behind bars

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By Rachel Johnson, Staff Writer

Two Brunswick County burglars are behind bars one day after going on a breaking-and-entering spree that led to 21 charges.

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Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people on Sept. 19 and charged them with a ring of car breaking-and-entering incidents in the Supply area that took place on Sept. 18.

Arrested were Timothy Lane Inman, 20, of 1669 Vest Ave., Ocean Isle Beach, and Amy Denise Horne, 34, of 731 Stone Chimney Road, Supply.

According to a BCSO spokesman, detectives working the case were able to “find evidence that led them to the stolen property of all the victims.”

Inman was charged with four counts of breaking and entering into a vehicle, one count of felony larceny, three counts of misdemeanor larceny and one count of financial card theft.

Horne was charged with four counts of breaking and entering into a vehicle, one count of felony larceny, three counts of misdemeanor larceny, one count of financial card theft, three counts of misdemeanor larceny, one count of financial card theft and three counts of financial card fraud.

At press time Tuesday, Inman and Horne were in custody at the Brunswick County Detention Center in Bolivia. Inman was placed under a $100,000 secured bond and Horne was placed under a $50,000 secured bond.

This is not their first time to be in trouble with the law. Inman served more than a year and was released in late December 2011 for felony breaking and entering. His convictions date back to 2008 and include misdemeanor larceny, larceny of a motor vehicle, larceny of firearms, felony breaking and entering of motor vehicles, felony breaking and entering and possessing stolen goods.

Previous charges for Horne date back to 2001 and include DWI, felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, felony obtaining property under false pretenses and felony cheat-property/services.