On Aug. 30, warrants for arrest were served on Edward Lee Rosenburg Jr. in connection with several Stokes County break-ins.
Rosenburg, 49, of 1000 Charles Road, Winston-Salem, was incarcerated in the Forsyth County Detention Center. The warrants for arrest were related to seven reported break-ins that occurred in the Germanton, King, and Walnut Cove areas of Stokes County, dating as far back as October 2011 up until June 2012.
Through an investigation conducted by the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office, lead Detective Chris Lawson was successful in gathering sufficient information and evidence to seek charges against Rosenburg.
In the Stokes County cases, Rosenburg faces seven counts of felony breaking and entering, six counts felony larceny after breaking and entering and six counts felony possession of stolen goods or property. The road locations affected by this investigation involved Hinsdale Road, Highway 65 West, N.C. 89 in the Walnut Cove area, Hawkins Road in the Germanton area, and Mountain View Road in the King area.
Sheriff Mike Marshall states, “As you can see, in some cases it takes time for the right information and the right leads to come together. Our officers work very hard to find the ones responsible for victimizing our citizens in cases like this.”
Rosenburg’s bond is $7,000 secured and his first court appearance is Oct. 12.