Breaking And Entering Seems Like An Appropriate Charge

I can’t help but wonder how many houses
this guy
had to break into before he found what he was looking for. And if he only broke into that one, how did he know?

According to warrants, 48-year-old Scott Gillis Murray, of Murray Road, allegedly broke into a home off of N.C. 110 on July 25 and stole “one adult toy personal entertainment device and one bottle of personal lubricant.”

Haywood County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Murray Saturday and charged him with felony burglary, felony larceny after breaking and entering, and felony possession of stolen property. He was released on $3,000 unsecured bond.

How much do you want to bet that the next story to come out of this town will be about a proposed name change for the street he lives on?

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