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Woman arrested Tuesday charged again

Gail Jaycox, 52, of 1745 N.C. 153 N., who was charged Tuesday with felony larceny and felony breaking and entering, was additionally charged with felony possession of a controlled substance on the premises of a penal institution.
A Rowan County Sheriff’s Office report stated that as Jaycox was in the magistrate’s office being processed for the initial charges, officers had to continually tell her to stay away from the other person arrested with her, Justin Sloop.
A detention center officer searched Jaycox and found a small bag of pills inside her coat, containing several 2 mg. pills of clonazepam.
Jaycox received an additional $1,000 to her original $20,000 secured bond.
The incident that led to the first charges involved Sloop, who was charged with felony breaking and entering and felony larceny, and given a $20,000 secured bond.
The two were accused of entering a home on Rice Street in Landis in a complex series of event.

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