Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit have recovered over $600,000 in stolen goods/equipment, and have charged four in connection to the crime.
Brandon Johnson Inman, 30, of Vedra Lane, Leland, was arrested on 1-30-19 and charged with two counts of larceny of a motor vehicle, felony larceny, attempted breaking or entering, five counts of possession of a stolen motor vehicle, and four counts of obtaining property by false pretense. Inman was booked into the Brunswick County Detention Facility where he remains under a $130,000 bond.
James Christopher Faulk, 49, of Merrywood Drive, Leland, was arrested on 1-31-19 and charged with three counts of possession of stolen goods, and three counts of possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Faulk was also processed into the Brunswick County Detention Facility where he remains under a $50,000 bond.
Eliott Watkins, 26, of Andrew Jackson Hwy, Delco, is wanted on charges of larceny of a motor vehicle, felony larceny, and attempted breaking or entering.
Toby Ray O’Neal, 58, of Green Loop Road, Leland, is wanted on charges of possession of a motor vehicle, altering or removing NMV serial number, vehicle or vehicle part without manufacturer’s number, and possession of a stolen motor vehicle.
The investigation is ongoing and more charges are expected.
Equipment recovered by BCSO included a Caterpillar front end loader, a John Deer Gator, an Evenrude 70HP outboard, a Club street car, a Ford F-250, a Miller welder, 7 X 14 enclosed trailer, a Kubota side by side, a Road King trailer, mud mats and a Mako Pro skiff, all totaling over $600,000.
JAMES CHRISTOPHER FAULK
ELIOT NICHOLS WATKINS
BRANDON JOHNSON INMAN
TOBY RAY ONEAL