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Kannapolis trio charged with burglary, larceny by ACSO

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Zachary Aaron Lynch was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling (Class G Felony) and
Larceny of Property or Goods (Class H Felony). Lynch has been arrested by the Ashe County Sheriff's Office.



Originally published: Feb. 13
Last modified: Feb. 13

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Three Kannapolis have been charged following a larceny investigation that began in November, according to information released Feb. 12, by the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office.


On Nov. 15, 2013, a report was made regarding a residence on Curly Q Road in Crumpler, according to a release issued by the ACSO.


“The report involved the entering of a home that resulted in numerous guns being taken along with money, copper and several personal items,” according to the release.


In January, Kannopolis Police conducted a traffic stop and discovered some of the items from the larceny, according to the release. Following further investigation by the ACSO, three males were charged.


According to the release:


Dustin Adam Barbee was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling (Class G Felony) and Larceny of Property or Goods (Class H Felony). Barbee has been arrested by Concord Police Department.


Rodney Albert Shearer Jr. was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling (Class G Felony) and Larceny of Property or Goods (Class H Felony). Shearer has been arrested by the Iredell County Sheriff's Office.


Zachary Aaron Lynch was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling (Class G Felony) and Larceny of Property or Goods (Class H Felony). Lynch has been arrested by the Ashe County Sheriff's Office.


Anyone with additional information about this investigation is asked to call the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office at (336) 846-5633 or Ashe County Crime Stoppers at (336) 846-4188. Crime Stoppers pays cash for information leading to the arrest of individuals connected to certain crimes.


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