A second suspect has been arrested for the robbery of a Sneads Ferry pharmacy.
Onslow county detectives arrested 24-year old Scott Goshorn today after tracking him down in a wooded area with the help of a K-9.
Goshorn is charged with the armed robbery of the Sneads Ferry pharmacy Wednesday. Deputies say a gunman demanded oxycodone pills, tied up the clerks, and left in a truck.
27 year old Eric Clinesmith of Sneads Ferry is already behind bars charged in the robbery.
One man is arrested and one man is wanted after deputies say they robbed a pharmacy.
According to deputies 27 year old, Eric Clinesmith of Sneads Ferry is behind bars and charged in the Wednesday night robbery.
Clinesmith is charged with one count of trafficking heroin, one count of maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances as well as one count of possession with intent to manufacture, and sell and deliver a controlled substance.
Clinesmith is in the Onslow County Jail under a $150,000.00 bond.
Three other persons of interest are also being detained by the Onslow County Sheriff's department.
Authorities are looking for 24 year old, Scott Goshorn of the
Sneads Ferry Area. Goshom's charges consist of robbery with a dangerous weapon, first degree kidnapping and possession of stolen goods.
Police say if anyone has information on the whereabouts of Goshorn is asked to call the Onslow County Sheriff's Office at 910-455-3113 or Crimestoppers 938-3272.
Police say Sneads Ferry Family Pharmacy on Old Folkstone Road was robbed Wednesday afternoon.
Officers say an armed suspect demanded oxycodone pills and got away with them in a truck.
Police stopped a truck, but the robbery suspect was not inside.
Deputies responded to an address found in the truck, and found two people at the home with property stolen during the robbery.
Three people of interest are in custody, but no one has been charged.