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Detectives make arrests in November Arden business burglary, larceny

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    ARDEN, North Carolina (WLOS) — Deputies with the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office made two arrests following an investigation into a business alarm notification from November.

On Nov. 26, deputies from the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office responded to an Arden business alarm notification.

The subsequent investigation led to detectives with the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office Property Crimes Division executing search warrants and thereby identifying the suspects as James Cody Pickard and Jamie Renee Massey, both of Buncombe County.

James Cody Pickard has been given a $25,000 bond and charged with:

Felony Breaking and Entering
Larceny After Breaking and Entering
Attempted Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
Possession of Burglary Tools
Breaking and Entering of a Coin Operated Machine
Injury to Real Property

Jamie Renee Massey has been given a $10,000 bond and charged with:

Felony Breaking and Entering
Larceny After Breaking and Entering
Breaking and Entering of a Coin Operated Machine
Injury to Real Property
Possession of Burglary Tools
Officials said additional warrants are pending as this investigation continues.

“Thank you to our Detectives for their continued persistence with investigations that often take weeks or months before resulting in charges,” said Buncombe County Sheriff Quentin Miller.

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