Local man turns himself in to police

James HowellStaff

October 25, 2012

A Warrensville man turned himself in to police and faces charges of breaking, entering and larceny, as well as possession of stolen goods.

Brian Mark Bove, 32, of Warrensville turned himself in to the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 20.

Warrants were issued for the arrest of Bove in response to breaking, entering and larceny crimes committed at a residence in Warrensvile.

The residence was entered illegally and various household items were stolen, including appliances.

This led to the Sheriff’s Office’s arrest of Adam Campbell, 29, from Warrensville. He was arrested Oct. 6, on similar charges of breaking, entering, and larceny.

According to Sheriff’s Capt. Carolyn Gentry, of the Ashe County Sherriff’s Office, Bove fled from detectives who were investigating the crime at the residence. It was previously thought that Bove fled into West Virginia.

Bove was released on a $15,000 secured bond and is scheduled for a probable cause hearing.