ASHEBORO N.C. – A traffic stop in Asheboro last week discovered evidence of a robbery and led to the arrest of a driver and a passenger.
On January 18, 2023, a Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on Doris Acres St. near Grantville Ln., in Asheboro.
According to a press release from the Sheriff’s Office, during a search of the vehicle, deputies located paraphernalia and US Currency along with an empty Domino’s Pizza deposit bag in the possession of one of the passengers, identified as Stephanie Nichole Langley.
During the investigation, deputies discovered that the bag belonged to Dominos in Robbins. The Robbins Police Department was contacted and reported that a larceny had been reported by that business.
Robbins Police Department responded to the scene to take custody of Langley for the incident that occurred in their district.
William Horace Grant, the driver of the vehicle, was also arrested for driving while license revoked.
A third occupant was released.
Randolph County sought a warrant and the magistrate found probable cause to issue Langley charges for felony possession of stolen goods and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Moore County served the processes on Langley and she received a $5,500 secured bond with a first appearance set for February 22, 2023, in Randolph County District Court.
A Criminal Summons was served on Grant for misdemeanor driving while license revoked. A court date is set for February 20, 2023, in Randolph County District Court.