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BOONE, NC.-- Police say a couple bit the hand that fed them when they broke into and stole from an organization that helped them during their time of need.

According to a Boone Police report, Jessica Carol Cullbreth and James Eddie Pulley went to Alliance Bible Fellowship on July 30 claiming to be in dire need of assistance. The organization helped by providing them with food, gasoline for their vehicle and school supplies for their children.

The next day police said they got a call on a Breaking and Entering and Larceny at Alliance Bible Fellowship. During the break-in the organization reported that $1,000 in power equipment was stolen. During the investigation detectives identified Cullbreth and Pulley as suspects in the crime.

Detectives say some of the stolen property was located and seized from the home of Cullbreth and Pulley and at various pawnshops in Tennessee.

Jessica Carol Cullbreth, 26 is charged with:

  • Felony Breaking and Entering;
  • Felony Larceny after Breaking and Entering;
  • Felony Larceny;
  • Felony Obstruction of Justice
  • Felony Conspiracy to Commit Breaking and Entering.

James Eddie Pulley, 30, is charged with:

  • Felony Breaking and Entering;
  • Felony Larceny after Breaking and Entering;
  • Felony Larceny;
  • Felony Obstruction of Justice
  • Felony Conspiracy to Commit Breaking and Entering

Investigators also served Cullbreth and Pulley with outstanding warrants from Durham and Wake Counties for various charges. Cullbreth was held in the Watauga County Detention Center under a $68,500 secured bond. Pulley was held in the Watauga County Detention Center under a $112,000 secured bond.

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