Bail Bondsman Charged With Stealing $90,000

A bail bondsman had to bail himself out of jail, after he was charged as an accessory in a robbery case in the east.

The Pitt County Sheriff's Office arrested Darryl Wayne Daniels of Daniels Bail Bonding for possession of stolen goods and property, a felony. He received a $10,000 unsecured bond.

Detectives say Daniels is linked to the November 2011 robbery at Baker's Barber Shop on Hwy 33 near Greenville.

Two people were arrested for breaking and entering in that case this past November for allegedly stealing more than $100,000.

Deputies say Joseph Vick broke into the home of Barber Linwood Baker, while his alleged accomplice, Justin Page, got a haircut.

New shoes, clothing, and cigarettes, were some of the items authorities say 26-year-old Vick purchased with the cash.

Pitt County deputies say $54,000 was spent on various things including drugs and prostitutes.

Some of the money had been recovered.

Investigators say Daniels had taken about $90,000 from the home that had been hidden by the suspects.

This investigation is still ongoing.


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