Two jailed for music studio breakin

Two men will be singing “Jailhouse Rock” for a while after they allegedly broke into a Whiteville music studio.

Warrants show that Williams Charles Brady, 56, of West Oliver Street, Whiteville, and Kelly Duane Edge of Olive Drive, Whiteville, are being held on a number of charges.

Brady faces two counts of failure to appear, one of possession of a firearm by a felon, and breaking, entering and larceny. His bond was set at $18,000.

Kelly Duane Edge
William Charles Brady

Edge was held on $35,000 secured bond for failure to appear in Brunswick County, and breaking, entering and larceny.

The two were charged after they allegedly broke into Don Peacock’s studio and removed thousands of dollars in recording equipment. Brady was also found in possession of a .380 handgun. Det. S. Moody of the Whiteville Police drew the warrants.

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