Thursday, 15 April 2021 16:55

WARRANTS: East Rockingham man stole car, sold it for scrap

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ROCKINGHAM — Deputies with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office have charged a man with stealing from a building and selling a stolen car.

Daniel Collin Oliver, 24, of Marigold Street in East Rockingham, is accused of breaking into a building on Oak Ridge Church Road, outside of Hamlet, on Feb. 15 and stealing more than $2,700 worth of personal belongings.

According to a warrant, Oliver stole:

  • An Xbox 360 game console
  • A miniature refrigerator
  • A Dell desktop computer
  • Two flatscreen TVs
  • A 12-person tent
  • Two camp grills
  • Heating elements for a stove and oven
  • A plug-in heater
  • A toolbox with tools
  • A stereo with speaker and a 5-inch car speaker

Oliver is also accused of stealing a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire and selling it to a local scrap yard for $196.50.

He was arrested April 9 and charged with one felony count each of: breaking and entering; larceny after breaking and entering; larceny of a motor vehicle; and obtaining property by false pretenses.

Oliver is being held in the Richmond County Jail under a $7,500 secured bond. He is scheduled to appear in court April 22.

Online records with the N.C. Court System and N.C. Department of Public Safety show Oliver has no other pending charges or previous criminal convictions in the state.

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