Deputies arrest man for multiple residential break-ins

Jacob Michael Cain Patterson

NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) – Deputies in Craven County arrested a man for multiple residential break-ins in the county.

The Craven County Sheriff’s Office said the Investigative division arrested Jacob Michael Cain Patterson on Tuesday, charging him with 5 counts of felony breaking and entering, 5 counts of larceny after breaking and entering and 5 counts of obtaining property by false pretense. The office also said that more charges are pending with them and other law enforcement agencies.

Patterson was placed in the Craven County Jail under a $50,000 bond. He was expected to appear before a district court judge for his first appearance on Wednesday.

Deputies recovered most of the property believed to be stolen. Most of the items were usually found inside homes. Deputies said that Patterson was skilled at entering homes without doing damage and most were in the daytime hours in different areas of the county. If you suspect your home to have been entered, please call the Sheriff’s Office at

If you suspect your home to have been entered, please call the Sheriff’s Office at 252-636-6632 or your local law enforcement agency. Jacob Patterson was  operating a white 2011 Dodge Caliber during the commission of these crimes.

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