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Sheriff James A. McVicker reported the arrest of one individual and the recovery of two four wheelers this week. “Investigators, working on information they obtained during their investigation recovered two four wheelers within two days of their being stolen and
have also obtained warrants on three individuals involved in the thefts,” said McVicker.

Sheriff McVicker said two four wheelers, a 2007 Yamaha Grizzly and a 2013 Kawasaki
KFX 450 R were reported stolen from the Mitchell Ford Road area of Clarkton on
August 20th. The Grizzly was recovered August 21 st in the 500 block of Marshall Cain
Road in Bladenboro. On August 22 nd , the Kawasaki was recovered off of Guyton
Cemetery Road in Bladenboro.

Arrested in this case was Jeremy Octavia Johnson, 23 of 456 Booker T. Washington
School Road, Clarkton. Johnson was charged with Operating a Vehicle With No
Insurance, No Operators License, Reckless Driving to Endanger, Felonious Conspiracy to
Sell Cocaine, Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicles ( 2 counts), Felonious Conspiracy to
Commit Larceny, Injury to Personal Property, Misdemeanor Larceny. His bond was set at
$93,500.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating two other individuals
involved in this case.

Deputies are looking for Jashaune Matthew George, 23, of 110 North Page Road
Clarkton and Norris Cornelious Lee, 25, of 11872 NC 242 South, Bladenboro.
Both George and Lee are charged with 2 counts of Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicles,
Felonious Conspiracy to Commit Larceny, Injury to Personal Property and Misdemeanor
Larceny.

Sheriff McVicker asks if you have any information on the location of these two
individuals you call the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office at 910-862-6960.

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