Two Sneads Ferry teenagers arrested for vehicle break ins
(SNEADS FERRY)- Two Onslow County teenagers have been arrested for breaking into vehicles at a local country club.
On October 1, 2019, Onslow County Sheriff’s Office responded to the North Shore Country Club in Sneads Ferry for a report that several vehicles had been broken into. Video security footage was obtained from the business and posted to the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page, asking for the public to help identify the individuals responsible.
Detectives received tips from citizens and through the Crime Stoppers Program identifying two males;
Ryan Michael Carroll and Jason Travis Bibb. Both men were arrested and charged with:
- Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle
- Attempted Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle (MISDEMEANOR)
- Conspiracy to Commit Breaking and Entering (FELONY)
- Misdemeanor Larceny
Carroll, 17-years-old of Sherrill Loop Rd., Sneads Ferry, was arrested October 10, 2019. He received a written promise to appear and was released to his parent.
Bibb, 19-years-old of Yaupon Ct., Sneads Ferry, was arrested October 14, 2019. He received a $1,500 secured bond.
Ryan Carroll is on the NC COURTS Calendar for these charges next month on Nov. 7th. He has no other dates pending at this time on the database.
Jason Travis Bibb is also on the NC COURTS Calendar for Oct. 22nd in these charges. Bibb also has additional court dates on Nov. 1st and Nov. 6th for unrelated charges of:
- No operators license
- Drive/Allow MV No Registration
Neither teen has prior convictions listed in the NCDPS database.
Anyone with information about this incident may contact Onslow County Sheriff’s Office at 910-455-3113, Detective Simmons at 910-989-4049, or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. Please refer to case 2019014487 when calling.
Crime Stoppers offers cash reward of up to $2,500 for information that is deemed of value or assistance to law enforcement. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637 (CRIMES). Callers to Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous and never have to reveal their identity.