Monday, 25 February 2019 21:40

Richmond County Sheriff's Office seeks alleged bail jumper

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ROCKINGHAM — A Scotland County man facing multiple felony charges related to break-ins is wanted for jumping bail.


According to a Facebook post last week from Richmond County Crime Stoppers, Zachery Cribb, of Laurel Hill, didn’t show up for his Feb. 7 court date and a failure to appear warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Online court records show Cribb is facing the following felony charges: six counts each of breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods or property; five counts of larceny after breaking and entering; three counts each of breaking and entering a motor vehicle and larceny of a motor vehicle; two counts of larceny of a firearm; and one count each of larceny and attempted larceny.

Cribb is also facing misdemeanor charges of carrying a concealed gun and possession of up to a half-ounce of marijuana.

Records show has a pending charge of breaking and entering a trailer or aircraft and felony conspiracy in Robeson County.

The next court appearance for is scheduled for April 1 on the felony charges, April 4 on the misdemeanor charges and April 9 for the charges in Robeson County.

Cribb was arrested in mid-October, along with Drayson Dewayne Deese, of McColl, South Carolina. The two were accused of stealing a truck, several four-wheelers and other items in Richmond County.

They were tracked down by K-9s after deputies with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a break-in in progress on Bennett Road.

After interviewing the suspects, investigators say they were able to tie Cribb to several other crimes and recover some of the property.

Those with information regarding Cribb’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the Richmond County Crime Stoppers tip line at 910-997-5454. Anyone with tips leading to Cribb’s arrest may be eligible for a reward.

All defendants facing criminal charges are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.