41-year-old Alvin Jack Johnson of an unspecified municipality in Catawba County was arrested Wednesday (April 7) by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Officers. He’s charged with six felony counts of breaking and entering, and five felony counts apiece of larceny after breaking and entering, and possession of stolen goods.
In August and December of 2019 the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office received reports of storage units being broken into at Harris Mini Storage on East N.C. 150 Highway in Maiden. Evidence collected at the scene led to the development of probable cause that Alvin Jack Johnson was responsible for the crimes.
On Wednesday, Johnson was arrested by a Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Detective with the assistance of North Carolina Probation and Parole and a Catawba County Sheriff’s Office Deputy. He was taken before a Lincoln County magistrate and placed in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center under a $40,000 secured bond. He is not currently listed as an inmate in Lincoln County, a District Court date is set for April 29.