Detectives with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Business Criminal Investigations Division have designed various arrests in the current rash of catalytic converter thefts.
As a result of the ongoing investigation, documented thefts of catalytic converters are approximated to have dropped far more than 85 percent within Henderson County as of Wednesday, the Sheriff’s Business mentioned in a news release, and a lot more arrests are predicted.
Detectives are asking for the public’s guidance in finding the pursuing people who have active warrants for their arrests:
- Hannah Nicole Laughter, 23, of Hendersonville felony aid and abet larceny
- Donovan John Wrightsman, 26, of Hendersonville felony conspiracy
Everyone with facts about their whereabouts or catalytic converter thefts are questioned to speak to our Criminal Investigations Division at 828-694-3130 or use the “Submit A Tip” element on the HCSO Cell Application.
The Fletcher Law enforcement Division has also billed two persons with offenses related to catalytic converter thefts in the town. The arrests are part of several investigations done above the final several weeks, the office stated, and charges are anticipated to be filed on a 3rd suspect.
It can be believed there are additional suspects involved in the thefts, and any individual with information is inspired to connect with the Prison Investigations Division of the Fletcher Law enforcement Office at 828-687-79222.
People who have been charged are:
- Dillon Cole Williams, 24, of Hendersonville one count of felony attempted larceny, 6 counts of felony larceny of motor vehicle components and 7 counts of misdemeanor personal injury to private assets. Williams was in custody Wednesday early morning at the Henderson County Detention Facility in lieu of a $110,000 secured bond.
- Patrick Monroe Maybin, 40, of Saluda two counts of felony larceny of motor motor vehicle components and one misdemeanor count of damage to personalized residence. Maybin was launched on a $12,500 secured bond.
- Joseph Luke Dunn, 33, of Fairview two counts of felony larceny of motor car elements and two counts of misdemeanor harm to private assets. Dunn was released on a $20,000 secured bond.
- Joseph Daniel Hare, 38, of Arden two counts of felony larceny of motor car or truck pieces and two counts of misdemeanor damage to personalized home. Hare was launched on a $20,000 secured bond.
- Lanny James Carroll, 37, of Hendersonville two counts of felony possession of stolen house. Carroll was launched on a $16,000 secured bond.
- Michael Jason Hoots of Hendersonville a few counts of felony larceny of motor car or truck areas, three counts of chop store exercise and 3 counts of injury to particular residence. Hoots fled as officers of the Fletcher Law enforcement Office attempted to consider Hoots into custody, the division claimed, and he was arrested after a transient automobile pursuit. Hoots was in custody Tuesday in lieu of a $79,600 bond in the Henderson County Detention Centre.
- Dusty Luke Beck, 26, of Taylors, South Carolina a person count of felony larceny of motor auto sections and a person county of felony chop store routines Beck was in custody Wednesday morning in South Carolina and is awaiting extradition to North Carolina.
- Jacob Christopher Hudson, 26, of Hendersonville two counts of felony larceny of motor vehicle components, two counts of felony chop shop action and one particular depend of felony conspiracy chop store action. Hudson was being held in the Henderson County Detention Facility Wednesday early morning in lieu of a $30,000 secured bond.
- Michael Lorin Johnson, 42, of Hendersonville one depend every of felony larceny of motor vehicle parts, felony getting stolen products, felony chop store activity, felony conspiracy chop store exercise, felony possession of a Routine II substance, felony possession with intent to offer/provide marijuana, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor driving while license revoked and misdemeanor possession of a Plan II material. Johnson was also billed by the Fletcher Police Section with storing stolen motor car components. Johnson was in custody at the Henderson County Detention Facility Wednesday early morning in lieu of a $105,700 secured bond.