On April 18th, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office took a report on a breaking, entering, and larceny in the Rosewood area. Items reported stolen included collectable coins and electronics. During the investigation, 31-year-old Joshua M. Hollowell of Goldsboro was developed as a suspect. The sheriff’s office says it was determined Hollowell committed the B&E, and sold some of the stolen items at pawn shops in Goldsboro. Hollowell was arrested for Breaking and Entering, Larceny, Possession of Stolen Goods/Property, and Obtain Property by False Pretense (four counts). His bond was set at $100,000 secured and Hollowell was placed into the Wayne County Detention Center.
NOTE: A booking photo of the suspect was not provided with this press release.