Traffic stop leads to 4 arrests

On December 21st, 2015 at approximately 12:20 PM, Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle near John Small Avenue in Washington, for an expired registration. Due to the suspicious behavior of the vehicle’s occupants, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division and K9 Elza additionally responded to assist. K9 Elza alerted on the vehicle, and a subsequent search was performed. As a result, two stolen firearms were recovered from the vehicle, and a small quantity of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were also located.

The Sheriff’s Office began an investigation, collected evidence, and conducted interviews. As a result of information and evidence gathered during the investigation, Investigator Jonathan Fowler applied for and obtained warrants charging Ashley Marie Boyd, age 29, of Possum Hill Rd., Bath, Allen Daquan Newman, age 17, of Buck Road Extension, Washington, Allen Michael Boyd, age 16, of Big Buck Drive, Washington, and Kentrell Telhrone Washington, age 19, of Magnolia School Road, Washington, with one (1) count of Felony Breaking and Entering, one (1) count of Felony Larceny after Breaking and Entering, and one (1) count of Felony Larceny of a Firearm. Juvenile Petitions were also applied for and obtained for charging the juvenile driver with one (1) count of Felony Breaking and Entering, one (1) count of Felony Larceny, one (1) count of Felony Possession of Stolen Property, and one (1) count of Misdemeanor Operation of a Motor Vehicle without a License.

Allen Newman and Allen Boyd were held in the Beaufort County Detention Center under a $3,000.00 secured bond set by Magistrate J. Mills. Ashleigh Boyd was held in the Beaufort County Detention Center under a $3,000.00 secured bond set by Magistrate E. Holmes.

On December 28th, 2015, Kentrell Washington was arrested by the Washington Police Department held in the Beaufort County Detention Center under a $3,000.00 secured bond set by Magistrate J. Mills.